Feed the Future’s own future is uncertain unless Congress acts to reauthorize the Global Food Security Act.
By Derick D. Dailey
The Pan-African Young Adult Network (“PAYAN”), of Bread for the World, recently gathered in...
El 5 de septiembre de 2017, la administración del presidente Trump rescindió el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la...
By Marco Grimaldo
On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration terminated the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA...
The world often forsakes the positive contributions that African peoples have made and continue to make.
The #MeToo movement demonstrates the power of women’s collective voices.
Sé la voz de la comunidad latina abogando por nuestras comunidades.
A prayer for the fast.
Letters are crucial to stopping deep cuts to anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs.
Immigration is a hunger issue.
Be with us Lord, keep us strong as we enter into the desert of Lent.
Black history is global, national, and local—and belongs to all of us.
Any attempt to fix immigration must address hunger on both sides of the border—including international push factors.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
Si el Congreso no toma acción, el programa de DACA terminará el 5 de marzo.
Without congressional action, the DACA program will end on March 5.
Letters to the editor and op-eds help let members of Congress know that Bread members have a public voice.
Black History Month is a time to reflect and celebrate African-American leaders from our past and in our present.