Hunger is a Racial Issue: Structural Racism and Food Insecurity – Part 2

Posted by Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger on August 18, 2020

This brief is the second in a three-part series covering the effects of racism on food insecurity. This installment covers the racialized effects of the pandemic and includes a look at the data we use to measure racial disparities. The previous installment covered the context and overall trends of racial food disparities, while the final installment will cover the causes. Thank you to Theodoros Papazekos, Fox Fellow and Coalition Against Hunger Policy Intern for your work on this!

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