Earth Day encompasses ingredients to Restore Our Earth: climate justice, food systems, and scientific innovations.
The Child Tax Credit improvements must be made permanent so parents can afford to buy food for their children.
No country is safe from a COVID-19 resurgence until all countries have equitable access to effective vaccines.
Venezuela's people face extreme hunger and poverty despite their country's vast oil reserves.
The expansion of the CTC is historic because it can reduce hunger and poverty and advance racial equity significantly.
Government programs have been a lifeline for families like the Durham’s.
Together, it is possible to alleviate the suffering that has increased during the pandemic.
Climate justice is based on a biblical principle of righteousness.
Existing crises plus the pandemic have plunged 7.4 million people in four Sahel nations into acute hunger emergencies.
Globally before the COVID-19 pandemic, 144 million children lived with stunting and 47 million with wasting.
The passage of the American Rescue Plan is a major victory for lower-income Americans.
International Women's Day 2021 revealed worsening hardships and discrimination due to the pandemic.
The journey of this past year has been long and full of loss at every turn.
Farm work is mostly hidden from the public eye and as a result exploitation is common.
California couple part of Bread for the World's Baker's Dozen monthly giving program.
While Pan African women have always risen to leadership the dominant narrative has often overlooked or marginalized this truth.
Global inequities mean that Dr. King’s maxim, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” has radical implications.
People who contract the virus and people who die are disproportionately people of color.
The denial of land ownership after the Civil War set the stage for disproportionate rates of hunger in Black communities.
Fragility is found in almost every world region.
COVID-19 has exposed ugly truths about the effects of systemic racism.
We enter Black History Month in the middle of a pandemic that disproportionately impacts Black communities.
“Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus, Just to take Him at His Word; Just to rest upon His promise…"
Young adult Black faith leaders to lift themes of love, peace, and justice.
The new administration faces the largest increase in domestic and global hunger since the Great Recession.
Mago Reyes is an extraordinary woman with an extraordinary story.
Mago Reyes es una mujer extraordinaria con una historia extraordinaria.
Recommendation for the Biden administration and new Congress to address existing racial inequities.
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New class of board of directors selected.