A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the web.
With the ballots now counted, a newly elected 115th Congress will take its seat in January.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
Con un nuevo presidente y Congreso, el próximo año traerá mucha incertidumbre.
Una serie semanal de oraciones que aparece los viernes en el Blog de Pan.
Bread members used the 2016 election as a way to reach out to congressional candidates on issues of hunger and poverty.
Please join me in praying that God will guide our nation’s leaders.
Making hunger and poverty a priority in Illinois
New mobile messaging service reaches 400,000 in Bangladesh with crucial maternal and child health information.
God help us choose a president who will seek your justice.
Ohio’s elected officials aren’t always comfortable talking about hunger, but that needs to change.
African-Americans more likely to live in poverty than U.S. population overall due to low wages and higher unemployment rates.
Interview with Tony Hall, executive director emeritus of the Alliance to End Hunger, on hunger in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio.
By Todd Post, Bread for the World Institute
There is good news to share on governance reform in Guatemala.
The final installment in a series exploring the intersection of faith and elections.
Final installment of the weekly, year-long series called the Nourishing Effect exploring how hunger affects health.
As a Christian, I believe that voting can be an act of Christian stewardship—a way that we live out our faith.