According to Feeding America, 45 million people may have experienced food insecurity in 2020 in the United States. While federal nutrition programs are the first line of defense, and charitable feeding provides additional relief, ending food insecurity requires addressing and disrupting the root causes of food insecurity. Learn about the benefits and applications of taking research data directly to the communities served for richer, more effective interventions addressing food insecurity.
Presented by Eona Harrison, PhD
Senior research associate, Metropolitan Housing and Communications Policy Center at the Urban Institute, Washington, DC