Food insecurity persists, forcing community organizers to act: The Brotherhood Sister Sol has taken matters into its own hand
As families gather across the country to celebrate Thanksgiving and give thanks, many are struggling to fill their kitchens with fresh food and groceries. The U.S. has made virtually no progress toward solving this issue of food insecurity in the last two...
The USDA Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative (PDF, 86.4 KB) promotes traditional food ways, Indian Country food and agriculture markets, and indigenous health through foods tailored to American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) dietary needs
State, federal and tribal leaders came together during the White House Tribal Nations Summit on Monday to talk about commitments towards Indian Country and highlight the importance of the nation-to-nation relationship between tribal nations and the U.S. government.
Since taking office in January 2021, the Biden-Harris Administration has taken historic steps to support Tribal communities in their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, advance equity and opportunity for all American Indians and Alaska Natives, and help Tribal...
Although there are many food pantries scattered throughout Wisconsin's counties, food insecurity in the state's rural population can be particularly hard to address. Often living far away from the nearest food pantry, food insecure Wisconsinites in the state's rural...
USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has awarded $3.5 million to eight tribal organizations for a project that, for the first time, will offer them greater flexibility in their administration of the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR).
PRESIDENT BIDEN’S PLAN TO REBUILD THE MIDDLE CLASS
The pandemic-fueled school hunger crisis is far from over, but passing the Build Back Better plan can help schools and communities build more resiliency in the food system.