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Forbes , 09-21-2021

During the Covid-19 shutdown in 2020, it became commonplace to see photos of lines of hundreds of cars at a time waiting to receive items from food banks. Experts feared the initial dramatic increase in need, driven by a wave of unemployment and school closures, would persist throughout the pandemic. But new data from the United States...

Medscape , 09-16-2021

Not only do healthcare workers bear the brunt of caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic and have an increased likelihood of contracting the infectious disease, but nearly 7% (6.6%) of them may also face food insecurity, according to a recent study published in Health Affairs.

The Grio , 09-11-2021

One in five Latino families and one and four Black families reported being food insecure in 2020 amid the pandemic.

The Hill , 09-10-2021

Study that looks at long-term survey data found that food insecure individuals were 43 percent less likely to graduate.

CNN , 09-08-2021

Food insecurity among families with children rose in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic upended the US economy, according to a US Department of Agriculture report.

NPR , 08-12-2021

LGBT adults living in the U.S. are nearly twice as likely to be experiencing food insecurity during the pandemic than non-LGBT adults, according to new survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

NBC News , 07-29-2021

The expansion of food programs during the pandemic appears to have helped address the sudden jump in hunger as the coronavirus caused shutdowns and economic crises nationwide, and that appears to be driving the conversation around the benefits in a new direction.

The Hill , 07-21-2021

According to a survey of 18- to 29-year-olds from 2020, many who are disproportionately affected are those who live with children or identify as Black, Indigenous or as a person of color.

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