Newsletter 2013-08

August 9, 2013 at 4:40 am Leave a comment

30,000 Signatures Delivered to the White House The first batch of petitions to President Obama were delivered to the White House on August 7. Read more »
Congress Needs Our Prayers and Calls As we enter into a new season of debate over the budget, I am distressed by the cynicism about government that has spread through the American people. Read more »
Act Now: Speak Up for Hungry People Use our resources this summer to tell your members of Congress to support efforts to end hunger. Read more »
On Faith: Walking, We Find Our Name Between platefuls of warm tortillas and mole I wonder, do I understand the fullness of my name? And how far would I go to find out? Read more »
SNAP is Under Unprecedented Attack Cuts to SNAP and international food aid in House farm bill proposals send the message that, as a nation, we don’t care about hungry people. Read more »
None of Us Lives Very Far From Food Insecurity The most powerful advocacy is the people of God expressing the will of God to people with the power to realize that will. Read more »
Field Focus: Aquaculture in Senegal In addition to a little bit of money and a little bit of equity, the community now has fish to eat where before it was scarce. Read more »

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Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon 2013 Legislative Wrap-up. Note from recent Portland area Crop Walk.

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