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PRRAC Resources Library - Food / Nutrition / Hunger

January-March 2016

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  • 2016 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference Co-sponsored by the Food Research and Action Center and Feeding America. Held February 28th-March 1, 2016. www.antihungerpolicyconference.org/ [15097]

July/August 2015

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  • Improving Physical Education and Health in California Public Schools from USC and The City Project. Available at www.cityprojectca.org [14937]

May/June 2014

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  • The Center for Urban Education about a Sustainable Agriculture is a Calif. nonprofit dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system. Inf. at 415/291-3276, www.cuesa.org [14646]

  • "The Relentless Assault on America's Hungry" by Fred Kammer, S.J., appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of JustSouth Quarterly, published by the Jesuit Research Inst. of Loyola Univ. New Orleans, 504/864-7746, jsri@loyno.edu. The issue also contains the 1-pager, "Catholic Social Thought & Hunger," also by Kammer. [14640]

January/February 2014

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  • "Community and Labor: Synergies, Frictions, and Innovations " is the title of the 51-page Fall 2013 issue of Progressive Planning. 14 articles, on topics like Food, Space/Land Use, Education, Latin America. $10 from Planners Network, 106 W. Sibley Hall, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY 14853, www.plannersnetwork.org [14399]

  • "2014 Hunger Report: Ending Hunger in America" (262 pp., Nov. 2013), from Bread for the World Inst., is available at files.bread.org/institute/hr14/hunger-report-2014.pdf [14443]

  • "Hunger Report: Ending Hunger in America" (262 pp., Nov. 2013), from Bread for the World Inst., is available at files.bread.org/institute/hr14/hunger-report-2014.pdf [14442]

  • "Strengthening SNAP for a More Food-Secure, Healthy America," by Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach (Dec. 2013), is available (free, along with a policy brief) from the author, at the Brookings Institution, 1775 Mass. Ave. NW, Wash., DC 20036, 202/797-6484. [14444]

November/December 2013

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September/October 2013

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  • A Place at the Table is a powerful new (2013?) film documenting the nation's hunger crisis, the 50 million Americans struggling to put food on the table. Contact ARISE in Montgomery, AL, which showed the film June 6, 2013, 256/533-6083, daleclem@knology.net for inf. [14158]

July/August 2013

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  • "Map the Meal Gap: Child Food Insecurity 20 12: A Report on County and Congrsssional District Lever Child Food Insecuritty in the United States 2010" (26 pp., 2012) is available (no price listed) from Feeding America, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 800/771-2303, www.feedingamerica.org [14061]

March/April 2013

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  • Food Movements Unite!, ed. Eric Holt-Gimenez (Nov. 2011, $24.99), is available from Perseus Distrib., 800/351-5073. [13806]

January/February 2013

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  • Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class, and Sustainability, eds. Alison Hope Alkon & Julian Agyeman (404 pp., 2011, $27), has been published by MIT Press. [13703]

November/December 2012

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  • "Hunger and Poverty Hurt African-American Women and Children Fact Sheet" (2 pp., Feb. 2012) is available from Bread for the World at www.bread.org/what-we-do/resources/fact-sheets/african-american-2012.pdf [13647]

September/October 2012

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  • "Good Food and Good Jobs for All" (34 pp., July 2012), by Yvonne Yen Liu, is available (no price listed) from the Applied Research Ctr., 32 Broadway, #1801, NYC, NY 10004. [13572]

July/August 2012

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  • "Hunger in America: Suffering We All Pay For," by Donald S. Shepard, Elizabeth Setren & Donna Cooper (Oct. 2011), ia available (possibly free) from the Center for American Progress, 1333 H St. NW, 10th flr., Wash., DC 20005 chk, add phone #, www.americanprogress.org [13494]

January/February 2012

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  • "Map the Meal Gap: Child Food Insecurity 2011" (22 pp., March 2011) is available (possibly free) from Feeding America, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 800/771-2303, www,feedingamerica.org [13150]

September/October 2011

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  • "Healthy Food, Healthy Communities: Promising Strategies to Improve Access to Fresh, Healthy Food and Transform Communities," by Rebecca Flournoy (79 pp., 2011), is available (no price listed) from PolicyLink, 1438 Webster St., #303, Oakland, CA 94612, 510/663-2333, www.policylink.org [12894]

  • The Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development is an online, peer-reviewed, international journal. Dec. 1, 2011 deadline for papers on their upcoming issue, "Higher Education and Food Systems"' Feb. 15, 2012 deadline for manuscripts for issue on "Sustainable Livelihoods in Food Systems" www.AdDevJournal.com [12900]

  • "The State of America's Children 2011" (190 pp., July 2011) is available (no price listed) from The Children's Defense Fund, 25 E St. NW, Wash.,DC 20001, 800/233-1200, cdinfo@childrensdefense.org. Sections are devoted to Population, Poverty, Family Structure, Family Income, Health, Hunger/Nutrition, Early Childhood, Education, Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Gun Violence. [12897]

May/June 2011

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  • "Welfare Use by Immigrant Households with Children: A Look at Cash, Medicaid, Housing, and Food Programs," by Steven A. Camarota (April 2011), is available (possibly free) from the author, 202/466-8185, sac@cis.org [12720]

March/April 2011

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  • "Our Common Interest: Ending Hunger and Malnutrition" is the 203-page, 2011 Hunger Report from Bread for the World Institute. $20 from them, 425 3rd St. SW, #1200, Wash., DC 20024, 202/639-9400, institute@bread.org; available online at www.hungerreport.org/2011, www.bread.org [12509]

  • "Youth and Food Justice: Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement," by Anim Steel, a 3-page, Fall 2010 Food First Backgrounder is available (likely free) from them, 398 60th St., Oakland, CA 94618, 510/654-4400, foodfirst@foodfirst.org, www,foodfirst.org [12529]

January/February 2011

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  • Food Sovereignty, Reconnecting Food, Nature and Community, eds. Hannah Wittman, Annette Aurelie Desmarais & Nettie Wiebe (2010, $19.95), is available through Food First/Inst. for Food and Development Policy, 398 60th St., Oakland, CA 94618, 510/654-4400. [12398]

November/December 2010

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  • "Children of Immigrants: Healthy Beginnings Derailed by Food Insecurity" (2 pp., Oct. 2010) is an Action Brief, available (likely free) from Children's Health Watch, 88 E. Newton St., Vose Hall, 4th flr., Boston, MA 02118, 617/414-6366, www.childrenshealthwatch.org [12337]

  • Healthy Food Financing Initiative is providing $135 million from the CDFI Fund for Financial Assistance and Technical Assistance Awards. Nov. 19, 2010 deadline. NOFA inf. at www..cdfifund.gov/docs/2011/cdfi/FY_2011_CDFI_Program_NOFA.pdf [12342]

  • "Hunger in America 2010" (352 pp. + Apps.) is available (no price give) from Feeding America, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 800/771-2303. [12261]

  • Neighborhood Access to Supermarkets is an Oct. 2010 video by the Brookings Metropolitan Program and The Reinvestment Fund, reviewing 10 metropolitan areasa. Inf. from metro@brookings.edu [12304]

  • "Who Are America's Children? Examining Food Insecurity Among Children in the United States," by Vanessa R. Wright, Kalyani Thampi & Jodie Briggs (16 pp., Aug. 2010), is available from the National Center for Children in Poverty at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. [12272]

September/October 2010

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  • "Millions Left Waiting for Food Stamps," by Justin Juozapavicius & Michelle Roberts appeared in the June 10, 2010 Washington Post. If you are unable to locate it via the Internet, we'll be happy to mail you a copy if you supply a SASE. [12155]

May/June 2010

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  • "A Comparison of the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program" by Kenneth Finegold et al. is available (no price given) from The Urban Institute, 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200. CHK # [11943]

  • "Running on Empty: Nutrtional Access for Children in Cook County, IL" (81 pp., Feb. 2010), by the Social IMPACT Research Center for the Greater Chicago Food Depository, is available from ______________________________________________________________ [11899]

  • "Rx for Hunger: Affordable Housing" (6 pp., Dec. 2009) is available (possibly free) from Children's Health Watch/Medical-Legal Partnership, Boston. 617/414-6393 ADD INF??? [11888]

  • "Smart Choices in Hard Times" is a resource guide that aims to improve the state and local use of federal nutrition programs and help states leverage substantial additional federal nutrition dollars. Available from the Food Research and Action Center (headed by former PRRAC Bd. member James Weill. Available from FRAC, 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2200, DOdell@frac.org [11926]

  • "The Obesity-Hunger Paradox" appeared in the March 14, 2010 NY Times. If you have trouble locating in on the Internet, we'll be happy to send you a copy with your SASE. [11930]

March/April 2010

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  • "A Just and Sustainable Recovery: Hunger 2010" is the 201-page 20th Annual Report on the State of World Hunger. $20 (but free online) from Bread for the World Inst., 50 F St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20001,institute@bread.org, www.bread.org [11829]

January/February 2010

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  • "Rx for Hunger: Affordable Housing" is a Dec. 2009 report from Children's HealthWatch and Medical Legal Partnership Boston. Available (no price listed) from laura@thehatchergroup.com [11815]

November/December 2009

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September/October 2009

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  • "Hunger 2009: Global Development - Charting a New Course" (203 pp., 2009), the 19th annual report on the state of world hunger, is available (possibly free) from Bread for the World, 50 F St., #500, Wash., DC 20001, 202/639-9400, institute@bread.org www.bread.org [11585]

March/April 2009

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  • "Household Food Security in the United States, 2007" (65 pp.), the annual US Dept. of Agriculture report is availablea at www.ers.usda.gov/publications/err66/ [11279]

  • "The State of Washington, D.C.'s Neighborhoods" (2009) has indicators/neighborhood profiles for the entre city. Contact them at www.NeighborhoodInfoDC..org [11299]

May/June 2008

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  • "Designed for Disease: The Link Between Local Food Environments and Obesity and Diabetes" is a May 2008 report from PolicyLink, UCLA's Center for Health Policy Research and the California Center for Public Health Advocacy. The study shows that if fast food and convenience stores dramatically outnumber grocery stores and produce markets, risks increase with respect to these two diseases. Available at TK [10854]

March/April 2008

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  • "Hunger 2008: Working Harder for Working Families" (157 pp.) is the 18th Annual Report on the State of World Hunger, available ($25) from Bread for the World, 50 F St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20001, 202/464-8172, www.bread.org [10773]

January/February 2008

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  • "A Better Recipe for New York City: Less Red Tape, More Food on the Table," by Rebecca Widom, Ella Ewart & Olivia Arvizu Martinez (26 pp., Jan. 2006) is available (no price listed) from the Homelessness Outreach and Prevention Project of the Urban Justice Center, 123 William St., 16th flr., NYC, NY 10038, 646/602-5600, www.urbanjustice.org/hopp [10730]

  • "America's Second Harvest 2007 Annual Report" is available (likely free) from them at 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 312/263-2303, www.secondharvest.org [10677]

  • "Keeping Food on the Table: Challenges to Food Stamps Retention in New York City," eds. Rebecca Widom & Olivia Arvizu Martinez (20 pp., Sept. 2007) is available (no price listed) from the Homelessness Outreach and Prevention Project of the Urban Justice Center, 123 William St., 16th flr., NYC, NY 10038, 646/602-5600, www.urbanjustice.org/hopp [10729]

November/December 2007

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  • "Fuel for the Future" is an Oct. 2007 report from the Children's Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program, in collaboration with the Citizens Energy Corporation and the National Fuel Funds Network, detailing the impact of rising energy costs on children's health. Available (no price given) from 617/638-5850, sedc@bu.edu [10606]

July/August 2007

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  • The Almanac of Hunger and Poverty in America - 2007 (704 pp.) has been published by America's Second Harvest, 35 E, Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 312/263-2303, www.secondharvest.org [10357]

March/April 2007

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  • "Healthy Food, Farms & Families: Hunger 2007" (175 pp.) is available, free, from Bread for the World Institute, 50 F St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20001, www.Bread.org [10213]

January/February 2007

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  • "A Status Report on Hunger & Homelessness in America's Cities," the annual US Council of Mayors report -- this one, the 20th such report, covering 23 cities, is available at www.usmayors.org/uscm/hungersurvey/2006/reporto6.pdf [10075]

  • "Nourishing Development: A Report on Food Insecurity & the Precjursores to School Readiness among Very Young Children" (9 pp., July 2006) is available (likely free)from the Boston Medical Center's Children's Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program, 725 Mass. Ave., Mezzanine SW, Boston, MA 02118, 617/638-5850, sedc@bu.edu [10097]

  • "School Breakfast Scorecard 2006," showing a record 7.7 million low-income children receiving free or reduced-priced breakfast on an average day during the 2005-06 school year, is available (possibly free) from the Food Research & Action Ctr., 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2200, x3012; downloadable at www.frac.org/Press_Release/12.07.06 [10105]

November/December 2006

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  • Changing the Face of Hunger, by Tony Hall (202 pp., 2006, $21.99), has been published by W Publishing Gp.,615/902-2234, www.thomasnelson.com [9997]

September/October 2006

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  • "2006 Affordable Housing Fact Sheet" from the Natl. Low Income Housing Coal., is available at www.nlihc.org/research/2006factsheet.pdf [9974]

  • "Frontline Issues in Nutrition Assistance - Hunger Report 2006" (196 pp.), their 16th annual report on the state of world hunger, is available, free, from Bread for the World Inst., 50 F St. NW, #500, Wash., DC 20001,institute@bread.org, www.bread.org [9915]

  • "Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation: Summer Nutrition Status Report" (29 pp., July 2006), from the Food Research & Action Ctr., analyzing summer nutrtion programs, with recommendations to improve program access, is available at www.frac.org/pdf/summerfood06.pdf [9965]

  • "Nutrient Adequacy of Children Participating in WIC," by Katherine Ralston (4 pp., April 2006), a Food & Nutrition Service brief, is available at www.ers.usda.gov/Publications/EB8/ [9963]

  • "The Federal Government - the Indispensable Player in Redressing Poverty," by James Weill (15 pp., May-June 2006), from the Food Research & Action Ctr., is available at www.frac.org/pdf/Weil06.pdf [9964]

July/August 2006

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May/June 2006

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  • "Hunger in America 2006," from America's Second Harvest, studied over 52,000 clients served by food providers in their network, and found that 35% had to choose between paying for food and paying for rent or mortgage. Available at www.hungerinamerica.org [9806]

March/April 2006

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  • "Hunger in America 2006: A Report on Emergency Food Distribution in the United States in 2005" (20 pp.) is available (Executive Summary) from America's Second Harvest, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601, 312/263-2303, www.secondharvest.org [9730]

January/February 2006

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  • "Subsidized Housing & Children's Nutritional Status," by Alan Meyers appeared in the June 2005 (Vol. 159) of The Archives of Pediatric Medicine, www.archpediatrics.com [9671]

  • "The Real Cost of a Healthy Diet: Healthful Foods Are Out of Reach for Low-Income Families in Boston, Massachusettts" is a Aug. 2005 report form the Food Security Project at Boston Medical Ctr. To obtain a copy from the Children's Nutrition Assessment website, google "C-SNAP healthy diet" [9679]

July/August 2005

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  • "Hunger Free Community Reports" were completed by each of the Bill Emerson Fellows, under the program sponsored by the Congressional Hunger Center, dealing with the local communities the Fellows were assigned to during the first 6 months of their fellowship (before coming to DC for the 2nd 6 months, assigned to a policy organization -- PRRAC has hosted Fellows in recent years). Copies of any of these reports are available from Kristin Anderson, the program's co-director, kanderson@hungercenter.org, 202/547-7022. [9468]

May/June 2005

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  • Center on Hunger and Poverty . Their newly formatted website will focus solely on hunger and food insecurity, www.centeronhunger.org [9364]

  • "Communities in Crisis: A Survey of Hunger and Homelessness in America" (2005), from the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, is available at www.nscahh.org/hunger.asp?id2=15761 [9416]

  • "Feeding America's Low-Income Children," by Sheila R. Zedlewski, Sheila R. Zedlewski, Sheila R. Zedlewski & Kelly Rader, is a 7-page, March 2005 Urban Inst. report, available (likely free) from them at 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/833-7200, 202/261-5687, pubs@ui.urban.org, www.urban.org [9407]

January/February 2005

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November/December 2004

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  • "Estimating the Possibilities & Patterns of Food Stamp Use Across the Life Course," by Mark Rank & Thomas Hirschl (Oct. 2004), is available from the Inst. for the Study of Homelessness & Poverty, 566 S. San Pedro St., LA, CA 90013, 213/689-2280, institute@weingart.org, www.weingart.org/institute/ [9073]

September/October 2004

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July/August 2004

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  • "National Hunger Forum Discussion Papers" A set of 11 Discussion Papers, prepared for the March 31, 2004 National Hunger Forum, is available (possibly free) from the Congressional Hunger Ctr., 229 1/2 Penn. Ave. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-7022. [8777]

  • "Recent Trends in Food Stamp Participation: Have New Policies Made a Difference?," by Sheila R. Zedlewski (7 pp., May 2004), is available (likely free) from The Urban Inst., 202/261-5687, pubs@ui.urban.org [8805]

  • Sustenance is the newsletter of the Congressional Hunger Ctr., 229 1/2 Penn. Ave. SE, Wash., DC 20003, 202/547-7022, www.hungercenter.org [8799]

March/April 2004

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January/February 2004

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November/December 2003

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  • "Household Food Security among Latino Migrant & Seasonal Farmworkers in North Carolina," by Sara Quandt, Thomas Arcury, Julie Early, Janeth Tapia & Jessie D. Davis (11 pp. + App.), is available ($5) from Thomas Arcury, Wake Forest Univ. Health Sciences, Medical Ctr. Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1084, 336/716-4479, tarcury@wfubmc.edu [8140]

September/October 2003

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July/August 2003

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  • "Hardship among theUninsured: Choosing among Fodd, Housing & Health Insurance," by Sharon Long is a May 2003 Urban Inst. Policy Brief (B-54), available (free) from bnowak@ui.urban.org. [7918]

May/June 2003

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  • "EITC Reaches More Eligible Families Than TANF, Food Stamps," by Leonard Burman & Deborah Kobes (2003), is available from The Urban Inst.: www.urban.org/url.cfm?ID=1000467 [7691]

January/February 2003

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  • "Hunger in Your State" (2002) is a guide, put out by the Oregon Ctr. for Public Policy, on how to produce state-level reports on hunger & food insecurity. For a free copy, email your name, mailing address & telephone no. to jgreenleaf@ocpp.org, downloadable at www.ocpp.org/2002/rpt021114.pdf. [7361]

  • Poverty Law Manual for the New Lawyer (2002) has been published by the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law. All articles -- on TANF, food stamps, public housing, health, domestic violence, family law, etc. -- are available at www.povertylaw.org [7413]

  • "The Impact of Welfare Sanctions on the Health of Infants & Toddlers. A Report from the Children's Sentinel Nutrition Assessment Program" (July 2002) is available at http://dcc2.bumc.bu.edu/csnappublic/C-SNAP%20Report.pdf [7324]

November/December 2002

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  • "Hunger in the 50 States: A National Ranking" (2002), from the Ctr. on Hunger & Poverty at Brandeis Univ., is available (possibly free) from the Ctr., 781/736-8885, hunger@brandeis.edu, www.centeronhunger.org [7153]

  • "Welfare Sanctions Associated with Food Insecurity" is the topic of a (2002) research report from The Boston Medical Ctr., based on a 3-yr. review of data collected by 5 urban medical ctrs. of 2,718 children. Hospitalization data also are included. Study available from Gino DiGravio, 617/638-8491. [7152]

September/October 2002

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July/August 2002

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  • Hunger: What Will You Do About It? a photo exhibit by David Bacon, sponsored by the Alameda County Food Bank, on the 4+ million Californians who experience hunger or are in danger of it, is at the Oakland City Hall until July 12. For inf., 510/834-3663. [6904]

May/June 2002

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  • "Coordinating Medicaid and Food Stamps: How New Food Stamp Policies Can Reduce Barriers to Health Care Coverage for Low-Income Working Families," by Liz Schott, Stacy Dean & Jocelyn Guyer (September 2001) can obtained from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 202/408-1080 or 820 1st St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002. Downloadable at www.cbpp.org/9-14-01fs.pdf. [5489]

  • "Good Choices in Hard Times: Fifteen Ideas for States to Reduce Hunger and Stimulate the Economy" (February 2002) looks at food stamps and child nutrition. Available from the Food Research Action Council, 202/986-2200, 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20009. Available online at www.frac.org/html/news/stimulus021202.htm. [5490]

  • "Hunger in America 2001" produced by America’s Second Harvest was released in November 2001 and is now available from A2H, 800/771-2303, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #2000, Chicago, IL 60601. www.hungerinamerica.org [5487]

  • Project Bread in Massachusetts, has created a website that helps Massachusetts residents determine whether they are eligible for food stamps. Great prospects for duplication. www.gettingfoodstamps.org [5483]

  • The Color of Hunger: Race and Hunger in National and International Perspectives, by David L.L. Shields (2002) is available in some bookstores and various online booksellers. [5486]

March/April 2002

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  • "A Community Food System Inf. Resource" from the Food & Nutrition Inf. Ctr. can be found at www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/etext/000061.html. [4733]

  • "A Status Report on Hunger & Homelessness in America's Cities, 2001: A 27- City Survey" (111 pp. + tables) is available (no price listed) from the US Conf. of Mayors, 1620 Eye St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/293-7330. Downloadable from their website www.usmayors.org. [4705]

  • "Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs" can be downloaded at schoolmeals.nal.usda.gov/FBG/buyingguide.html. [4734]

November/December 2001

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  • "Estimating the Number of People Eligible for WIC & the Full-Funding Participation Rate: A Review of the Issues," by Ann Gordon, Rebecca Kliman, James Ohls, Jacqueline Anderson & Kristin LaBounty is a Feb. 1999 Mathematica Policy Research report, available (likely free) from 609/275-2350. [2337]

  • Food Stamp Reauthorization Resource The Western Region Anti-Hunger Consortium has a website on issues surrounding reauthorization of the Food Stamp Program. Contact the Consortium at 509/747-7205. www.wrahc.org [2249]

  • "Good Farming, Healthy Communities: Strengthening Regional Sustainable Agriculture Sectors & Local Food Systems - Lessons Learned from the Berkeley Food System," by Raquel Pinderhughes & Joshua Miner (58 pp., 2001), is available ($5) from Prof. Pinderhughes, SF State Univ., Urban Studies Prog., 1600 Holloway Ave., SF, CA 94132, 415/338-1178. [2386]

  • "Immigrant Access to Food Stamps: Overcoming Barriers to Participation," by Sonya Schwartz appeared in the Sept./Oct. 2001 Clearinghouse Review: J. of Poverty Law & Policy. Inf. from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. www.povertylaw.org [2418]

  • "Post-TANF Food Stamp & Medicaid Benefits: Factors That Aid or Impede Their Receipt," by Mary Clare Lennon, Juliana Blome & Kevin English is a Jan. 2001 report from the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp. Available at www.mdrc.org [2227]

  • "Post-TANF Food Stamp & Medicaid Benefits: Factors that Aid or Impede Their Receipt," by Janet Quint, Rebecca Widom & Lindsay Moore is a Jan. 2001 report from the Manpower Demonstration Research Corp. Available at www.mdrc.org [2228]

  • "State of Indiana: Strategies for Improving Food Stamp, Medicaid & SCHIP Participation," by Kathleen Maloy, Allison Logie & Lara Petrou Green (March 2001), a Mathematica Policy Research report, is available at http://www.mathematica-mpr.com/PDFs/redirect.asp?strSite=indianafinal.pdf [2340]

  • "State of Maine: Strategies for Improving Food Stamp, Medicaid & SCHIP Participation," by Robin Dion, Gary Hyzer & Charles Nagatoshi (Dec. 2000), a Mathematica Policy Research report, is available at http://www.mathematica-mpr.com/PDFs/redirect.asp?strSite=mainefinal.pdf [2341]

  • "Welfare Reform & Food Assistance" is the subject of the July 2001 edition of FoodReview magazine, published by the US Dept. of Agriculture Econ. Research Service. $24+s/h from 703/605-6220 (request ERSFR24-1) or free at www.ers.usda.gov/publications/FoodReview/jan2001 [2392]

July/August 2001

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  • "Former Welfare Families & the Food Stamp Program: The Exodus Continues," by Sheila R. Zedlewski (April, 2001) w/ asst. of Amelia Gruber (7 pp.), is available (free) from The Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037. 202/261-5687 pubs@ui.urban.org. [18]

  • Removing Access Barriers to Food Stamp & SSI Benefits for Homeless People (March/April 2001) is the theme of this issue of Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law & Policy, available from the Natl. Ctr. on Poverty Law, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, admin@povertylaw.org. Other articles in the issue: "Bankruptcy & the Low-Income Client," by David S. Yen; "Early Intervention & Early Childhood Programs: Essential Tools for Child Welfare Advocacy," by Sheryl Dicker & Elysa Gordon. [22]

March/April 2001

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  • "Hunger Is No Accident: NY & Federal Welfare Policies Violate the Human Right to Food" (July 2000) is a report from the NYC Welfare Reform & Human Rights Documentation Proj. Available at www.ujchumanrights.org. [534]

  • "Prevalence of Food Insecurity & Hunger, by State, 1996-1998," by Mark Nord, Kyle Jemison & Gary Bickel (September 1999) is a USDA report. Try getting it from 800/999-6779. [535]

  • "Catholic Charities, USA" has released its 1999 survey of emergency food providers. Available from 703/549-1390, x114. A summary can be found at www.catholiccharitiesusa.org/media/releases/2000/121900.html. [536]

  • "Hunger & Homelessness 2000" the US Conf. of Mayors’ 16th annual survey, is available from 202/293-7330 or can be downloaded at www.usmayors.org/uscm/home.asp [549]

  • Nutrition.gov is a USDA website containing current, reliable govt. inf. on nutrition & related issues. Nutrition.gov [533]

  • "The Impact of Welfare Reform on the Charitable Food Sector," by Peter Eisenger is available (no price given) from The Aspen Inst. Nonprofit Sector Research Fund, giulia.campanaro@aspeninst.org. [498]

January/February 2001

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  • "The Red Tape Divide: State-by State Review of Food Stamp Applications," by Doug O'Brien, Kimberly Pendergast, Eleanor Thompson, Marcus Fruchter & Halley Torres Aldeen (2000) (40 pp.), is available (likely free) from America’s Second Harvest, 116 S. Michigan Ave., #4, Chicago, IL 60603, 312/263-2303. [446]

  • Community Food Security Resource Kit Free from 800/GLEAN-IT, NHC@worldhungeryear.org. [445]

  • "Household Food Security in the U.S. in 1999" a USDA/Census Bureau report. www.ers.usda.gov/epubs/pdf/fanrr8 [444]

November/December 2000

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  • "Welfare Reform & Food Assistance in Rural America," by Bruce A. Weber & Greg Duncan (June 2000) a 16-page report is available from Prof. Weber, 541/737-1432, bruce.a.weber@orst.edu. [336]

  • "Food Stamps in Rural America: Special Issues & Common Themes," by Sheena McConnell & James Ohls (May 2000) is a 19-page (+ separate 10 pp. of tables) available from Mathematica Policy Research, PO Box 2393, Princeton, NJ 08643-2393, 609/799-3535. [415]

  • "Welfare & Food Stamp Caseloads in 3 States [MS, OR, SC]: Rural-Urban Contrasts," by Lynn Reinschmiedt, Mary Henry, Bruce A. Weber, Elizabeth E. Davis & Willis Lewis (December 1999) (28 pp.) is available from the Rural Policy Research Inst., Univ. Missouri, 200 Mumford Hall, Columbia, MO 65211, 573/882-0316, office@rupri.org. [333]

  • "Food Security Statistics for 1999" A new USDA Econ. Research Service study is available via 800/999-6779 or www.ers.usda.gov/epubs/pdf/fanrr8. The Food Research & Action Ctr. has on its website a summary of the study & analysis in the context of food stamp participation trends. www.frac.org/html/news/foodsecurity99.html [416]

September/October 2000

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July/August 2000

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  • "Hungry & Homeless: Barriers to Food Stamps" is a Nov. 1999 report, available ($18 + s/h) from the Natl. Law Ctr. on Homelessness & Poverty, 1411 K St. NW, #1400, Wash., DC 20005, 202/638-2535, nlchp@nlchp.org. [1043]

May/June 2000

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  • "1999 Status Report on Hunger & Homelessness in America’s Cities" is a Dec. 1999 report of the US Conf. of Mayors, surveying 26 major cities. Available by calling 202/861-6772 or on their www.usmayors.org/uscm/new/press_releases/hhrelease.htm. [987]

  • A Place at the Table: Food & Env. Justice is the theme of the Winter 2000 issue of Race, Poverty & the Environment, a joint project of Calif. Rural Legal Asst. (headed by PRRAC Board member José Padilla) & the Urban Habitat Program. Subs. $15/4 issues, $40 insts., free for low-inc. persons & comm. gps. from RPE, Box 29908 Presidio Sta., SF, CA 94129. [985]

March/April 2000

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  • America’s Second Harvest has launched a new online resource on hunger issues. www.secondharvest.org. [1473]

  • "Hunger in America" (6 pp., Dec. 1999) is an issue of Snapshots, summarizes 3 studies assessing the charitable food sector and federal welfare policy. Likely free, from the Aspen Inst. Nonprofit Sector Research Fund, One Dupont Circle, #700, Wash., DC 20036, 202/736-5800, nsrf@aspeninstitute.org. [1471]

  • "Measuring Food Security in the US: Prevalence of Food Insecurity & Hunger, by State, 1996-1998," by Mark Nord, Kyle Jemison & Gary Bickel is an 18-page, Sept. 1999 report, available from the US Dept. of Agriculture; phone 800/999-6779 for ordering inf. [1472]

  • "Paradox of Our Times: Hunger in a Strong Economy" is available ($8.50) from the Center on Hunger & Poverty of Tufts Univ., 617/627-3956. [1470]

  • thehungersite.com provides inf. on hunger worldwide, with $ from sponsors going directly to the UN World Food Program. [1469]

January/February 2000

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  • "Are the Steep Declines in Food Stamp Participation Linked to Falling Welfare Caseloads?," by Sheila R. Zedlewski & Sarah Brauner (5 pp., Nov. 1999) is available, free, from the Urban Inst., 2100 M St. NW, Wash., DC 20037, 202/261-5687, paffairs@ui.urban.org. [1066]

  • "Evaluating Food Assistance Programs in an Era of Welfare Reform: Summary of a Workshop" (69 pp., 1999) is available (no price listed) from National Academy Press, 2101 Constitution Ave. NW, Lockbox 285, Wash., DC 20055, 800/624-6242; it is a joint report of the Board on Children, Youth & Families; the Comm. on Natl. Statistics; and the Food & Nutrition Board of the Inst. of Medicine & Natl. Research Council. On-line at www.nap.edu. [1064]

  • "The School Breakfast Score Card: 1999" is the Food Research & Action Center’s 9th annual (state by state) report on the program. Available (no price given) from FRAC, 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2200. [1068]

September/October 1999

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  • A School Breakfast Jump Start Kit is available (presumably free) from the USDA Food & Nutrition Service-Northeast Office of Public Affairs, 617/371-0934. [1630]

  • "The 9th Annual Report on the State of Hunger" is available ($14) from Bread for the World Inst., 301/608-2401. [1631]

  • "USDA Advance Report on Household Food Security in the US" preliminary data from this report show that in 1998 approx. 36 million people in 10.5 million households experienced food insecurity, meaning they did not have adequate access to enough food for a healthy, active life; 19.7% of children lived in food-insecure households, up from 17.4% in 1995; the prevalence of hunger was above average for households with children, especially those led by single women, minorities & households with incomes below the poverty line. The report can be downloaded at the website. A summary analysis of the report’s preliminary results is available from the Tufts Univ. Ctr. on Hunger & Poverty, 617/627-3956, dseavey@infonet.tufts.edu. www.fns.usda.gov/oane/MENU/Published/FSP/FSP.HTM [1629]

July/August 1999

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  • The Paradox of Plenty: Hunger in a Bountiful World, ed. Douglas Boucher (1999) is available ($23.45) from Food First Books, LPC Group, 1436 W. Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60607, 800/626-4330. Authors include Frances Moore Lappé, Joseph Collins, Peter Rosset, Mark Ritchie, Marty Strange, Susan George, Walden Bello, Medea Benjamin. [1304]

  • Finding Solutions to Hunger: Kids Can Make a Difference a teachers guide by Stephanie Kempf, provides 25 lessons for middle- and high-school students on the roots and solutions to hunger. $26 from Kids Can Make a Difference, PO Box 54, Kittery Pt., ME 03905, 207/439-9588, kids@kids.maine.org. [1299]

  • Food Stamp Hotline US Dept. of Agriculture has created a toll-free hotline to assist potential food stamp recipients with questions about eligibility & benefit levels. 800/221-5689. [1302]

  • "Welfare Reform: Few States Are Likely to Use the Simplified Food Stamp Program" is a 47-page, Jan. 1999 GAO report (GAO/RCED-93-43), available (free) from USGAO, PO Box 37050, Wash., DC 20013, 202/512-6000. [1187]

May/June 1999

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  • "A Hunger Primer" is the lead piece in Update, the quarterly publication of Second Harvest. Available from them, apparently free: 116 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 4, Chicago, IL 60603-6001, 312/263-2303. [1194]

  • "Hidden Hunger: Fragile Futures" is a study showing hidden hunger among working families. Available from Project Bread, 617/723-5000, E-mail: info@proojectbread.org. [1193]

January/February 1999

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  • "New Federal Food Stamp Restoration for Legal Immigrants: Implications & Implementation Issues," by Kelly Carmody & Stacy Dean (48 pp., July 1998) is available from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 820 First St. NE, #510, Wash., DC 20002, 202/408-1080, E-mail: center@center.cbpp.org. Contact them for ordering inf. [1402]

November/December 1998

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  • "TAHL [Transforming Anti-Hunger Leadership] Tales" is a 38-page, 1998 booklet available (possibly free) from Bread From the World Inst., 1100 Wayne Ave., #1000, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/608-2400, E-mail: institute@bread.org. They do training for anti-hunger work, have a TAAL Newslette, and will shortly be publishing The Changing Politics of Hunger: Hunger 1999 - The 9th Annual Report on the State of World Hunger ($21). [2532]

September/October 1998

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  • "The Promise & Limitations of Parenting Education for Teen Mothers on Welfare" (5 pp., 1998) Child Trends, 4301 Conn. Ave. NW, #100, Wash., DC 20008, 202/362-5580. [2281]

  • "Balancing Acts: Work/Family Issues of Small Business for Job Growth & Wages" (12 pp.) National Partnership for Women & Families, 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #710, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2600, E-mail: info@narionalpartnership org [2253]

  • The Research Forum on Children, Families & the New Federalism 212/304-7132; E-mail: info@researchforum. org.www.researchforum.org [2282]

July/August 1998

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  • "The Child & Adult Care Food Program: A Resource for Communities," by Lynn Parker & Geraldine Hency National Clearinghouse for Legal Services, 205 W. Monroe St., 2nd flr., Chicago, IL 60606-5013, 312/263-3830, E-mail: ncls@interaccess.com. [2088]

May/June 1998

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  • "A Status Report on Hunger & Homelessness in America's Cities: 1997" is a 90-page + App., Dec. 1997, 29-city survey by the US Conf. of Mayors. $15 from the Conf., 1620 Eye St. NW, Wash., DC 20006, 202/ 293-7330. [2864]

  • "Hunger 1997: The Faces & Facts" (Exec. Summary) is available ($35 indivs. affil, with nonprofits or univs. & students, $75 others) from Second Harvest, 116 S. Michigan Ave., #4, Chicago, IL 60603-6001, 312/263-2303. [2866]

March/April 1998

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  • Disability Watch: The Status of People with Disabilities in the US, by H. Stephen Kaye a report by Disability Rights Advocates, is available ($16.95) from DRA, 449 15th St., #303, Oakland, CA 94612, 510/451-8644. Their 1997-98 report is also available (likely free) E-mail: drlegal@aol.com [2769]

  • Finding Solutions to Hunger: Kids Can Make a Difference (242 pp., 1997) sourcebook of engaging, interactive & challenging lessons for middle and h.s. students on the causes of & solutions to hunger. - $25 from Kids Can Make a Difference (a World Hunger Year proj.). PO Box 54, Kittery Pt., ME 03905. 207/439-9588, A free sub to their 3-4x/yr. Kids Newsletter comes with it. E-mail: kids@cybertours.com [2764]

  • "School Breakfast Score Card: A Status Report on the School Breakfast Prog. 1996-97" (44 pp., 1997) is available (no price listed) from the Food Research & Action Ctr., 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2200. [2765]

  • "School Meal Programs: Sharing Inf. on Best Practices May Improve Programs' Operations" (35 pp., 1997) (GAO/RCED-97-126) and "Food Stamp Program: Characteristics of Households Affected by Limit on the Shelter Deduction" (52 pp., May 1997, GAO/RCED-97-118) are available (free) from USGAO, P0 Box 6015, Gaithersburg, MD 0884-6015. 202/512-6000. [2766]

November/December 1997

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  • "Feeding Our Families: Watching Out for Children in Changing Times" (24 pp., 1997) is available (possibly free) from Phila. Citizens for Children & Youth, 7 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Phila., PA 19103, 215/563-5848, E-mail: ppccy@aol.com. [3522]

  • "Finding Solutions to Hunger: Kids Can Make a Difference," by Stephanie Kempf is available ($28, which includes a sub. to the Kids Can Make a Difference Newsletter) from NECA, P0 Box 7308, Wash., DC 20056-3038, 202/238-2379. [3523]

July/August 1997

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  • "Children & Medicaid" While children comprised 54% of Medicaid recipients in 1995, they received only 23% of Medicaid expenditures. This and other comprehensive child health data appear in the Medicaid State Reports, FY 1995. Contact the Amer. Academy of Pediatrics, 141 North-west Pt. Blvd., Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098, 847/981-7945. [3384]

  • "The 1997 Kids Count Data Book: State Profiles of Child Well-Being" (174 pp., 1997) is available, free, from the Annie Casey Foundation, 410/223-2890. For multiple copies, send a letter to the KIDS COUNT Proj. at the Fdn., 701 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21202, indicating use plans and contact person to arrange shipment. [3378]

May/June 1997

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  • "Nonparticipation & Problems of Access in the Food Stamp Program: A Review of the Literature," by Gretchen Schafft & William Millsap and "Food Stamp Program Client Enrollment Assistance Demonstration Projects: Interim Evaluation Rpts.," by Gretchen Schaffi (1996), are available (possibly free) from the Food & Consumer Service, Office of Anal. & Eval., 3101 Park Ctr. Dr., #210, Alexandria, VA 22302, 703/305-2133 [3229]

  • "State of the States: A Profile of Food & Nutri-tion Programs Across the Nation" is available ($20) from the Food Research & Action Ctr., 1875 Conn. Ave. NW, #540, Wash.,DC 20009, 202/986-2200, E-mail: hn0050@handsnet.org. [3231]

  • "The Foodwise Project" of the Contra Costa County Comm. Wellness & Prevention Prog. has produced 3 cooking videos showing how to prepare "low-fat and delicious traditional recipes from Mexico, Asia and African America." Each is 30 mins., costs $12 ($20 for a 90-mm. video with all 3), from the Program, 597 Center Ave., #115, Martinez, CA 94553, 510/ 313-6808, E-mail: HN0051@handsnet.org. [3234]

January/February 1997

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  • "A Status Report on Hunger & Homelessness in America's Cities: 1996" covering 29 cities, is available (no price given) from the US Conf. of Mayors, 202/293-7330. [3102]

  • "Catholic Charities USA 1995 Annual Survey: National Findings" reports on the 7 million Ameri-cans, many of whom work, who show up at Catholic Charities food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters." Half of the 7.1 million were not on welfare. The 64-page + Apps. report and a 9-page "Survey Highlights" document are available (possibly free) from Catholic Charities USA, 1731 King St., #200, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703/549-1390. [3103]

  • "No Place to Shop: Challenges & Opportunities Facing the Development of Supermarkets in Urban America" is an 85-page, Feb. 1996 issue paper "addressing industry considerations on doing business in the inner-city & consumer concerns on improving food access for low-income persons, available ($20) from Public Voice for Food & Health Policy, 1101 14th St. NW, #710, Wash., DC 20005, 202/371-1840. [3104]

  • "What Governments Can Do: Hunger 1997," by Marc J. Cohen (129 pp., 1996) the 7th annual report on the state of world hunger, is available ($20.95) from the Bread for the World Inst., 1100 Wayne Ave., #1000, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/608-2400. [2935]

September/October 1996

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  • "Learning from the Experts: Consumers' Perceptions of the Food Stamp Program" (31 pp., 1996) based on experiences of over 250 food stamp recipients interviewed in NYC, Buffalo and Albany, is available (no price listed), from SENSES, 275 State St., Albany, NY 12210-2101, 518/463-5576. [4073]

July/August 1996

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  • "Fighting Hunger & Poverty in Your Community: An Access Guide to Reinvesting in America" (19 pp., Jan. 1996) and "World Hunger Year Media Guide" (35 pp., 1996) are both available from WHY, 505 8th Ave., 21st flr., NYC, NY 10018, 212/629-8850. [3896]

May/June 1996

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  • "No Place to Shop: Challenges & Opportunities Facing the Dev. of Supermarkets in Urban America" (85 pp., 1996) addresses industry considerations on doing business in the inner-city & consumer concerns on improving food access for low-income persons." $20 from Public Voice for Food & Health Policy, 1101 14th St. NW, #7 10. Wash., DC 20005, 202/371-1840. [3803]

  • "One City Cafe: A Guidebook to help conceive, structure, finance & start-up alternative feeding & training programs" (155 pp., [1996?]) is available ($25) from the Food & Hunger Hotline, 115 E. 23 St., 10th flr., NYC, NY 10010, 212/533-7600. [3804]

January/February 1996

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  • "Housing Subsidies & Pediatric Undernutrition," by Alan Meyers, Deborah Frank, Nicole Roos, Karen Peterson, Virginia Casey, L. Adrienne Cupples & Suzette Levenson (6 pp., Oct. 1995) is an article from Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, available from Dr. Meyers, Div. Gen. Pediatrics, Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA 02118. [3747]

  • "Hunger in Latino Communities," by Angel Martinez (22 pp., Aug. 1995) a Mickey Leland Hunger Fellow, is available from the Congressional Hunger Ctr., 525 A St. NE, #308, Washington, DC 20002, 202/547-7022. [3748]

  • "Perceptions of Hunger & the Reality of Programs" (45 pp., July 1995) is a publication of SENSES (Statewide Emergency Network for Soc. & Econ. Security), 275 State St., Albany, NY 12210, 518/463-5576. [3749]

September/October 1995

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  • "30 Million Hungry Americans" is available from John Cook, Tufts Univ. Ctr. on Hunger, Poverty & Nutrition Policy, 11 Curtis Ave., Medford, MA 02155, 617/627-3956. [4650]

  • "Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation: A Status Report on the Summer Food Service Program for Children" is available from the Food Research & Action Ctr., 1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, #540, Washington, DC 20009, 202/986-2200, HN0050. [4651]

May/June 1995

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  • "Should Federal Food Assistance Programs Be Converted To Block Grants?" (21 pp., Jan. 1995) is available from the Ctr. on Budget & Policy Priorities, 777 N. Capitol St. NE, #705, Washington, DC 20002, 202/408-1080. [4461]

  • An Analysis of Child Nutrition Block Grants (4 pp.) is available from the Food Research Action Ctr., 1875 Conn. Ave NW, #540, Washington, DC 20009, 202/986-2200. [4458]

  • "Food for Thought: The Link Between Nutrition & Learning in Children" is a March 1995 2 page report from the Natl. Health & Education Consortium, 1001 Conn. Ave. NW, #310, Washington, DC 20036, 202/822-8405. [4459]

  • "Hunger 1995: Causes of Hunger" is the 5th Annual Report on the STate of World Hunger (141 pp., Oct. 1994), available from Bread for the World Inst., 1100 Wayne Ave. #1000, Silver Spring, MD 20910, 301/608-2400. [4460]

March/April 1995

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  • "The Community Food Security Empowerment Act" (11 pp., Jan. 1995) is available from the Comm. Food Security Coalition, c/o HFS, 509 Wethersfield Ave., Hartford, CT 06114, 203/296-9325. [4542]

January/February 1995

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  • "In the Shadow of the Capitol: childhood Hunger in Washington, DC" is available (no price listed) from DC Hunger Action, 1317 G St. NW, Wash., DC 20005, 202/347-4441. [4306]

March/April 1994

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  • 1994 North American Directory of Programs for Runaways, Homeless Youth and Missing Children by Mary Wyman & William Treanor (8th ed., over 500 annotated entries), is available ($22) from the Amer. Youth Work Ctr., 1751 N. St. NW #302, Wash., DC 20036, 202/785-0764. [4983]

January/February 1994

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  • Food, Not Bombs: How to Feed the Hungry and Build Community by C.T. Lawreno Butler & Keith McHenry (101 pp. + app,), is available ($11.45) from New Society Publishers, 4527 Springfield Ave., Phila., PA 19143, 800/ 333-9093. [4988]

  • "The Chapin Hall Discussion Paper Series" covers a range of child welfare issues. Listing available from the Chapin Hall Ctr. for Children, Univ. of Chi., 1155 E. 60 St., Chicago, IL 60637. [4982]

  • YO! Youth Outlook is sponsored by Pacific News Service. It's a quarterly Bay Area newspaper by and about teens, distributed free to 330,000 Bay Area households; a weekly column in the SF Examiner; speakers bureau; radio/ t.v. editorial, talk show and commentary; plus workshops, network for "youth elder" counselors, and other activities. Contact Sandy Close at PNS, 450 Mission St. #506, SF, CA 94105, 415/243-4364. [4985]

September/October 1993

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  • "Seeds of Change: Strategies for Food Security in the Inner City" is a 17-chapter study prepared for the Interfaith Hunger Coalition, available ($25) from the UCLA Grad. School of Arch. & Urban Planning, LA, CA 90024. A less expensive version will shortly be published by the Coalition (2449 Hyperion Ave. #100, LA, CA 90027). Further inf. from Carolyn Olney at the Coalition, 213/913-7333 or Robert Gottlieb at UCLA, 310/825-1067. [6002]

July/August 1993

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  • "Eat to Learn, Learn to Eat: The Link Between Nutrition and Learning in Children," by Karen B. Troccoli 38 pp., April 1993), is available (free) from the Natl. Commn. to Prevent Infant Mortality, 300 C St. SW #2014, Wash., DC 20201, 202/205-8364. [5866]

  • Foodlines is the bi-monthly newsletter of the Food Research & Action Center, $25/year from FRAC, 1875 Conn. Ave. NW #540, Wash., DC 20009, 202/986-2200. [5867]

May/June 1993

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  • "Food Strategies for the Inner City: An Analysis of the Food System and Prospects for Change in Los Angeles and the U.S." is a report prepared for the Interfaith Hunger Coalition by the UCLA Food Project. Contact Robert Gottlieb at the Project, c/o the UCLA Grad. School of Arch. & Urban Planning, LA, CA 90024, 310/825-1067 for information. [5783]

  • "Food Strategies for the Inner City: An Analysis of the Food System and Prospects for Change in Los Angeles and the U.S" is a report prepared for the Interfaith Hunger Coalition by the UCLA Food Project. Contact Robert Gottlieb at the Project, c/o the UCLA Grad. School of Arch. & Urban Planning, LA, CA 90024, 310/825-1067 for information. [5788]

March 1993

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  • "Hunger 1993: Uprooted People" is the Third Annual Report on the State of World Hunger, also from the Inst. on Hunger & Development (see above item), 204 pp., Oct. 1992, $12.95. [5738]

  • Transforming the Politics of Hunger by David Beckman and Richard Hoehn, is a 68-page, 1992 Occasional Paper from Bread for the World's Inst. on Hunger & Development. $5 from the Inst., 802 Rhode Island Ave. NE, Wash., DC 20018, 202/269-0200. [5737]

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