Food Policy For Breakfast: History & Politics of SNAP: What Can We Learn in 2013?

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Food Policy for Breakfast

History and Politics of SNAP: What Can We Learn in 2013?

November 19, 2013
Post-Event Resources


Event Video

Event Notes

Why SNAP Benefits Need to be Raised, Not Cut, Janet Poppendieck

Food Bank for New York City Policy Brief, September 2013.

No Food Stamps for the Unemployed? NYC’s Been There, Done That, and Its Not Pretty, Maggie Dickinson

International Human Rights Clinic, Nourishing Change: Fulfilling the Right to Food in the United States (New York: NYU School of Law, 2013).

Open to the Public! Monday, November 25th at 1pm: City Council Committee Meeting on Hunger and Food Insecurity

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