I recently visited Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on my way to participate in a faith workshop on the effects of conflict on Pan African...
Funding for domestic and global nutrition programs are needed now more than ever.
Rev. Eugene Cho, a pastor, humanitarian, and author from Seattle, Washington becomes Bread's new president on July 1.
A seminary immersion experience in Iowa leads to an encounter with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and a special request.
Women around the world are more likely to be impacted by malnutrition, while also the key to improving nutrition.
Almsgiving is the duty of the privileged, fortunate, and the prosperous.
Join your regional organizer and others in your area for an update on the 2020 Offering of Letters: Better Nutrition, Better...
International Orthodox Christian Charities recently hosted Bread senior associate Angelique Walker-Smith at their program sites...
African countries are certainly working toward the SDGs while also striving to achieve their own aspirations.
A food justice movement is on the rise in the U.S., and it owes much of its dynamism to communities of color.
Climate change acts as a multiplier of problems that Black Americans face related to environmental racism, poverty, and hunger.
Ending hunger by 2030 requires that people in the United States immerse ourselves in this year’s election issues
In honor of Black History Month, Bread is highlighting the work of advocates from historically black colleges and universities.
Churches can't make up for the White House's proposed budget cuts to programs that help people living in hunger and poverty.
A conversation with PAYAN member Ebonee Rice on the importance of voting.
Across the nation, black communities are more likely not to have a grocery store than majority white communities.
North Carolina couple learns how policy change can accomplish so much more when it comes to ending hunger.