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Hunger news and analysis from The Nation
October 30, 2019
Colleges Should Not Have to Have Food Pantries
With no federal assistance in sight, colleges are scrambling to fill the void with food pantries, loans, vouchers and other interventions. But the patchwork approach only goes so far.
February 28, 2019
Trump’s Other ‘National Emergency’: Sanctions That Kill Venezuelans
The humanitarian crisis will get rapidly worse if the most recent sanctions continue.
February 4, 2019
Want to Eradicate Hunger in America? Take on Racism.
A new study found that people who experience discrimination are almost twice as likely as others to struggle with hunger.
January 22, 2019
The Global War on Children
From north to south, east to west, children around the world are suffering in ever-larger numbers.
Karen J. Greenberg
November 22, 2018
This Thanksgiving, It’s OK to Not Feel Thankful
While many of us may have much to be thankful for, many of us are also in pain.
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April 12, 2018
Life Under Bombardment in Syria’s Douma
“I feel I am living in a grave, forgotten.”
January 30, 2018
How I Learned to Be Hungry
America’s nutrition conundrum can mean swinging between two extremes of bad eating.
December 7, 2017
In Syria, ‘Reconciliation’ Is Bleak
The people of Moadamiya and Daraya were once a legend of the resistance, but today we feel like we’ve been forgotten by the world.
November 10, 2017
Meet the Courageous Woman Standing Up to All Sides in Yemen’s Conflict
Radhya Almutawakel has faced detention, harassment, and even death threats for her efforts to document atrocities.
July 7, 2017
How Israel’s 10-Year Blockade Brought Gaza to the Brink of Collapse
The crisis in Gaza is not simply a humanitarian tragedy. It’s a moral outrage.