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Mother and child together

Indigenous

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Food Insecurity in Indigenous Communities

One in four Native Americans face hunger, and the median income of Native American households is nearly $30,000 less than the median income of white households. Globally, Indigenous communities make up 15 percent of the world’s extreme poor.

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How Bread Advocates

Hunger among Indigenous communities is a direct result of poverty and of systemic inequities through racial and gender discrimination. Bread advocates for federal policies that address these inequities, in education, healthcare, wages and more.

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An Invitation to Advocate Together

Indigenous voices have been and are actively present and resilient. Indigenous communities have some of the highest hunger rates in the United States. We need more Indigenous voices to speak up to end hunger in these communities. We invite more voices to speak up and call for an end to hunger in Indigenous communities.

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