Only 1.7 million low-income children received summer breakfast on an average weekday in July 2015.
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By living on the average SNAP benefit, Challenge participants find themselves forced to make food shopping choices on a limited budget, and learn how difficult it is to avoid hunger, afford nutritious foods, and stay healthy without adequate resources.
Includes eight essential strategies for ending hunger in America.
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An influential scholar and revered figure in the fields of obesity and nutrition, longtime FRAC Board Member Dr. George Blackburn passed away last month.
This is a guest blog by Wendy Y. Robinson, Ed.D., superintendent of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Community Schools.
This is the third in a three-part series by guest blogger Janet Poppendieck, author and Professor Emerita of Sociology at Hunter College, City University of New York, on the history of the School Breakfast Program.