Presented by the North Carolina Alliance for Health and MomsRising with the support of MAZON
People in nearly 590,000 North Carolina households don’t have enough to eat each day. This podcast gives voice to the people behind those numbers, debunking common myths about who is hungry and highlights the individuals and organizations that are addressing hunger and poverty through direct service and policy channels offering listeners the tools to become informed anti-hunger advocates. Keep up-to-date on our podcast by following NCAH on Soundcloud!
Groups at Increased Risk of Food Insecurity
- A First Generation College Student Shares Their Story of Food and Housing Insecurity
- Senior Hunger in NC
- Voices of Hunger in North Carolina En Español
- Perspectives on Hunger from the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC and from rural Rockingham County
- Bill Kearney Shares About Food And Equity In Warrenton