Joel Berg

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Executive Director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger; former executive at the US Department of Agriculture (1993-2001); author of All You Can Eat: How Hungry Is America

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Tomorrow's the day when millions of Americans get serious about feeding the hungry.

Helping the Hungry, beyond Thanksgiving Day

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The Agriculture Department says that  49 million Americans did not get enough to eat  last year.  Scholars at Cornell and Washington Universities report that half America's children…

Hunger in America

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President Obama has repeated his campaign pledge to reduce "the trend of rising hunger," which  recent reports  call worse than ever.

Americans Are Too Fat and Too Hungry

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