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.
Prepare for your advocacy by attending a regional webinar. ...
New class of board of directors selected.
As our nation comes together for the inauguration next week, we have a chance to reset, to start anew.
Thank you for responding to our matching gift challenge.
2020 is behind us, but our past year leaves haunting questions for 2021.
Ending hunger must be a priority for our elected officials.
As the world faces poverty and hunger today, hope lies in those ready to be the voice of the struggling.
May the Black Madonna and Holy Child be an inspiration to you as well in this challenging Advent and Christmas season.
In this election, more than 160 million Americans cast their ballots in the midst of a global pandemic.
As the sun sets earlier each day, our hearts are heavy and full of lament as we gather for Thanksgiving.
A new resource highlights racially equitable responses to COVID-19 in food security, housing security, and income security.
Thanksgiving is a time for gathering around a common table with family and friends...
A mission-focused style of cooperative farming aims to heal the Black community from structural racism.