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Food Insecurity in AAPI Communities

The U.S. is facing a major problem of “hidden hunger” in the AAPI community. One out of every six people living in Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities live below the poverty level. There is a long and often untold history of anti-Asian racism that has created and perpetuated systems that allow hunger to persist.


How Bread Advocates

Bread stands with the world’s AAPI communities. Bread works to educate lawmakers and the public about the problem of hunger in AAPI communities in and outside the U.S.

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An Invitation to Advocate Together

AAPI voices have been and are actively present and resilient. We need more AAPI voices to dispel the myth that all Asian Americans are economically secure. We invite more voices to speak up and call for an end to hunger in these communities.

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