A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the web.
The next administration and Congress cannot be silent when it comes to hunger.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
Una serie semanal de oraciones que aparece los viernes en el Blog de Pan.
Kaine asked the "hunger" question by Bread for the World.
This fall, thousands of churches across the country will lift up God’s vision of a world without hunger.
In order for us as Latinos to be heard, we must show up at the polls.
More funding for global maternal and child nutrition is still needed.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
Don't be among the world's 87 percent who are pessimistic about extreme poverty.
Knowing each other – our names, our situations – is one way to start to solve the hunger problem.
Watch the debate and consider how the issues of hunger and poverty are being addressed by the candidates.
Let's end hunger through the power of voting.
Se espera que la población latina en Estados Unidos crezca a más de 100 millones para el 2050.
A weekly, year-long series called the Nourishing Effect exploring how hunger affects health.
The latest in a series exploring the intersection of faith and elections.
New organization will give incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women a voice.
As the nation begins to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, there is good news to celebrate about hunger and poverty.
Alice Walker Duff recognized by Crystal Stairs, Inc. in Los Angeles, Calif.
Voting and being involved during an election season are part of our stewardship of the gifts God gave us.
El Mes del Patrimonio Hispano comienza hoy.
Go the extra mile when advocating on behalf of hungry and poor people.