Bread in the News
This week, the United States marked 50 years since President Lyndon Johnson declared War on Poverty. Many politicians and media are asking whether past efforts to reduce poverty have been successful. Even more importantly, some leaders in both parties are proposing fresh strategies to tackle poverty in America.
Huffington Post on January 10, 2014
When President Lyndon Johnson declared a "war on poverty" in his 1964 State of the Union address, few then expected just what it would take to wipe out domestic poverty.
America Magazine on January 10, 2014
Examiner on January 6, 2014
Nicole Blakey says she can’t stand watching other people buy junk food with the government-issued food-stamp debit cards she’s used to raise three children while earning $9 an hour at a dry cleaner.
Bloomberg on December 2, 2013
As Americans sit down together for the Thanksgiving holiday, millions of older Americans and others must worry about where their next meal will come from.
AARP Blog on November 27, 2013
The Christian group Bread for the World released its annual report this week urging new steps to end hunger in America by 2030.
PBS on November 27, 2013
Hunger and poverty in the United States could be reduced by 50 percent in 10 years, according to a report released today by the Bread for the World Institute.
Agri Marketing on November 27, 2013
Barbie Izquierdo, a low-income mother of two small children, is a member of Witnesses to Hunger, a Philadelphia group of moms dedicated to ending hunger and poverty for their children and for families nationwide.
The Huffington Post on November 26, 2013
With $11bn food-stamp cuts in place and $40bn welfare cuts on the table, Bread for the World institute seeks political response
The Guardian on November 25, 2013
Approximately 4.7 million African-American households recently saw their monthly food stamp allotment dramatically reduced, Bread for the World has reported.
The Louisiana Weekly on November 25, 2013
In a report entitled "Ending Hunger in America," a relief group says progress is being made toward achieving a goal to end world hunger by 2030 -- but it's being slowed by obstacles that need to be overcome.
FOX23.com on November 25, 2013
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The Huffington Post on November 25, 2013
The faith-based anti-hunger advocacy organization Bread for the World today released its 2014 report on Ending Hunger in America. This organization stands out for its economically sensible poverty-centered approach to thinking about the problem of hunger.
U.S. Food Policy on November 25, 2013
Bread for the World said today that recent food stamp cuts has eliminated 150 million meals for Americans in need. Families are now facing the prospect of a Thanksgiving holiday with little or no food in the house.
examiner.com on November 18, 2013
Thanks for printing the commentary by Glenn Koenen and Zach Schmidt. They are absolutely correct: "Hunger cannot be solved by charity alone" (Nov. 13). Zach Schmidt's organization, Bread for the World, has recently produced an excellent documentary film that fully supports their conclusions.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch on November 18, 2013
The Holland Bread Team (a.k.a. the Holland Chapter of Bread for the World) commends The Sentinel for its recent articles on homelessness and hunger in Holland.
hollandsentinel.com on November 18, 2013
As Congress debates cuts to the federal food stamp program, nonprofit food banks across the region already supplement the needs of those people who struggle to feed their families.
The Roanoke Times on November 10, 2013
Flathead Valley leaders who help feed the hungry hope a local showing of “A Place at the Table” will be the springboard for more community advocacy in fighting hunger.
Daily Inter Lake.com on November 8, 2013
The food stamp stimulus President Obama implemented in 2009 has expired, cutting aid to 47 million Americans. On average, a family of four will get $36 less each month for food.
The Voice of Russia on November 5, 2013
Like Rust Belt cities such as Baltimore and Detroit, rural towns across America have experienced population declines in recent decades.
Immigration Impact on November 5, 2013
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