A mission-focused style of cooperative farming aims to heal the Black community from structural racism.
A new California law championed by Bread for the World could become a model for the rest of the country.
Join your regional organizer for an update on the 2020 Offering of Letters: Better Nutrition, Better Tomorrow.
A perspective on the past, the present, or the present and near future of child nutrition and health.
Voting matters when seeking to protect Black lives!
Read the Introduction to "Finding Hope, Ending Hunger on Both Sides of the Border: A Bilingual Latino Devotional.”
Sabemos que con el poder y la dirección del Espíritu Santo podemos terminar con el hambre y la pobreza.
Did you know that Pew Research shows that one-quarter of all U.S. Latinos/as identify as having African descent?
Bread board member Rev. Lawrence L. Kirby II, pastor of The Acts Church of Kenosha, wrote this prayer.
The nationwide effects of school closures on child hunger, especially the long-term effects, are not at all clear.
Lurking behind COVID-19, may be a pandmic of malnutrition affecting millions of babies and young children.
Human well-being—nutrition and health—must be at the heart of the global food system.
Hunger is a problem on college and university campuses.
We believe, as the Holy Scriptures declare, that every human being is fearfully and wonderfully made; Every person is deserving of...
As many as 14 million people in the region could face severe food shortages by the end of the year.
Black August invites us to a time to listen, learn, and advocate anew as we consider criminal justice reforms.
Doing good for and with all begins with a loving and caring spirit and heart for all people.
For almost a decade, Bread member Steve Panther has put faith into action and built relationships with members of Congress.
Pan African Young Adult Network (PAYAN) leaders are hosting a webinar series about current issues related to hunger justice.
Anti-Black racism is the name of the specific kind of racial prejudice directed towards Black people.