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How Will Covid-19 Change the Response to Food Insecurity?

During some of the most harrowing months of the pandemic, journalist Simran Sethi set out to explore the definition and dynamics of food insecurity in the US.

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The Pay-What-You-Can Cafe Revolution

In this episode, we meet some pioneers of the “pay what you can” café movement throughout the Midwest. In South Dakota, we visit Fork Real Community Café, where local lawyers dine along s...

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Alex Godin: Lemontree Foods

Join us for a conversation with Alex Godin, founder of Lemontree, a non-profit that helps hungry people find free food.

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Why are USDA Waivers Crucial to School Lunch Programs?

As millions of kids returned to school over the past month, one of the biggest questions was how to provide nutritious meals to them. It’s become an even bigger problem as many school sys...

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Laura Madaio- "Chopping Vegetables"

On this week's show we welcome Laura Madaio. Laura is the founder of Grief Hungry, an Instagram handle, and soon to be website that offers recipe sharing for the grief community.

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FIG Community Food Relief

On today’s special episode of theLINE, recordings from a single day in May following FIG - a collective of social justice-oriented members of the food community  - talking about their eff...

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Solving Hunger is a Logistics Problem

Jasmine Crowe's first solo efforts at addressing the problem of hunger involved cooking for hundreds in her home kitchen in Atlanta, and bringing the food to the people.

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Slow Food – Coming Soon

We’re fresh off our trip to Slow Food Nations in Denver – a festival that brought together advocates to discuss the future of food.