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Ukraine War Threatens Food Supplies in Fragile Arab World

Zenia Karam AP News
From Lebanon, Iraq and Syria to Sudan and Yemen, millions of people in the Middle East whose lives were already upended by conflict, displacement and poverty are now wondering where their next meals will come from.

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“Lunch Ladies” Are Tired of Being Underpaid and Overlooked

Nora De La COur Jacobin
Cafeteria staff make learning and healthy development possible by providing balanced meals to kids who otherwise might not get them. In return, they bring home some of the lowest earnings of the generally underpaid K–12 workforce.

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Black Dinners Matter

Amanda Yee and Soleil Ho Whetstone Magazine
Food was a weapon of control by slaveholders, most often used as a mechanism for domination and exploitation. The story of African American food has also been a story about self-determination and ownership.

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Is It Time for a Second White House Summit on Food?

Josh Voorhees Modern Farmer
The first White House food summit took place a half-century ago and changed the trajectory of hunger in America. Has the time come for a serious rethink about the way we approach food and nutrition policy?
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