People, animals, and the intersectionality of food insecurity

In this episode of our podcast series, Andrea Richardson welcomes Dr. Mary Rauktis to discuss the intersectionality of food insecurity of people and pets, how food insecurities affect different human and animal populaces, and the one welfare framework. Understand how food insecurity impacts both people and their pets.



Supporting the nutrition, health, and well-being of grandfamilies

Many of the 2.5 million children in the US being raised by “grandfamilies” (relatives other than their biological parents) are experiencing food insecurity. See why food insecurity is impacting more children being raised by grandparents than those being raised in other family settings and review the policy recommendations that can address the issue.


Ending hunger and improving physical wellness in native communities

To better understand how to improve the overall health in native communities, here is a collection of resources, including links to webinars and other stories addressing food sovereignty in native communities. Gain perspective on how different native communities are working towards sustainable solutions to food access.


Understanding families’ experiences of poverty

A report from the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation, an office of the Administration of Children and Families, is now available. Gain insight into how the 10.5 million children (at the time the study began in 2019) estimated to be living in poverty in the US and their families experience poverty’s effects in their daily lives. Learn about what their interactions with public assistance systems are like, and their perceptions of wealth and poverty.


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