Our executive director considers the recent election, finding cause for optimism as well as clear proof that much work lies ahead.
Author Archive | Ken Regal
The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis of shocking proportion. We eagerly yearn for a return to normal, even as we picture what “a new normal” might require.
I’m often asked to explain who is hungry in our community and why. The answer is often not what people expect.
This “bully’s budget” projects great fortune for the next 10 years — as long as you’re powerful and wealthy, and don’t check the actual math.
Our executive director shares words of personal pain and wisdom as we all search for the path forward after the tragedy at Tree of Life.
For this long-time Just Harvest Board member, economic injustice was a personal threat. She understood the pain of skipping a meal.
We’ve been taking action against hunger for thirty years, and we’ve never seen anything like the current policy climate. But you can change that.
Thirty years after we opened our doors, and in a time of new risk for the people we fight for, it’s time for a new kind of campaign.
After a long political season, 125 million people voted in yesterday’s presidential election. Like many of them, I awoke this morning worried about the future.
Consol Energy Center could be filled to capacity more than eight times over with the number of people facing hunger in Allegheny County. Here’s what we can do about it.