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A Hug from Paul Ryan follows Tianna Gaines-Turner, one of America’s working poor and a member of Witnesses to Hunger, after her testimony at the 2014 House Budget Committee’s “War on Poverty” hearing.
Philadelphia's City Council considered a resolution to hold "public hearings to examine the feasibility of having a pilot program in Philadelphia to feed needy children when schools are closed due to emergencies."
On January 14th Witnesses to Hunger launched a site in Washington, DC in partnership with Martha's Table. Seven strong women took pictures of their lives focusing on the theme identified by the Witnesses of food, housing, safety and violence, health, discrimination, and working parents.
The Center is proud to announce the launch of the EAT Café's website. The EAT (Everyone At the Table) Café is a non-profit, pay-what-you-can café that nourishes, educates and unites community in a welcoming environment. The EAT Café is a collaboration between Drexel’s Center for Hunger-Free Communities, the Vetri Community Partnership, Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and Sports Management, and the West Philadelphia community.