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10 Things to Do at the 2017 National Anti Hunger Policy Conference
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Registration Now Open for the 2017 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
Join 1,000+ of your fellow anti-hunger advocates in Washington, D.C., for two days of “can’t miss” networking opportunities, content-rich sessions, and interactive training, followed by a day on Capitol Hill. You’ll go home with an arsenal of best practices, innovative advocacy methods, and personal connections to help you better fight hunger in your community, your state, and at the national level.

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School Breakfast: Making it Work in Large School Districts
Of the 73 large school districts surveyed for this report, 26 achieved FRAC’s benchmark of serving 70 low-income children with school breakfast for every 100 receiving school lunch. A number of the top-performing school districts — Los Angeles Unified School District and San Antonio Independent School District, among others — serve a particularly high proportion of students from low-income households.
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School Breakfast: Making it Work in Large School Districts

FRAC Chat

Feb 23, 2017
Maris Feeley

Here are four memorable quotes from inimitable Black civil rights, anti-hunger, and anti-poverty advocates, meant to provide inspiration for taking action to end hunger and poverty in your community.

Feb 21, 2017
Kate Sims

With just two weeks to go until the 2017 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference, we hope you’re getting ready for your trip to Washington, DC. This year’s agenda covers a wide range of topics important to advocates including workshops on how to safeguard and strengthen the federal nutrition programs and engage diverse communities struggling against hunger. Haven’t registered yet? Do it today and end hunger now.

Feb 09, 2017
Maris Feeley

With the unveiling of FRAC’s exciting new collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Kofi Essel, MD, a General Academic Pediatrics Fellow at the Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC, weighs in on childhood food insecurity in the U.S. and the launch of the new AAP-FRAC toolkit, Addressing Food Insecurity: A Toolkit for Pediatricians.

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