Advocacy

More than 1.6 million New Yorkers don’t always know where their next meal is coming from—including 1 in 3 children. Millions more New Yorkers are teetering on the edge of food insecurity. This is unacceptable. At City Harvest, we are working

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This plan is an important step towards building long-term resiliency for communities that were in need prior to the crisis, especially Black, Latinx and Asian New Yorkers who are twice as likely to face food hardships.

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Scott M. Stringer, Politician
In New York City, 1.2 million residents were food insecure prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that number has increased to around 2 million. How would you decrease poverty and end hunger in New York City? There is no excuse

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Dianne Morales, Nonprofit Executive
In New York City, 1.2 million residents were food insecure prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that number has increased to around 2 million. How would you decrease poverty and end hunger in New York City? It is important to

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Cleopatra Fitzgerald
In New York City, 1.2 million residents were food insecure prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that number has increased to around 2 million. How would you decrease poverty and end hunger in New York City? Poverty brings about all

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Vitaly Filipchenko, Business Owner
In New York City, 1.2 million residents were food insecure prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that number has increased to around 2 million. How would you decrease poverty and end hunger in New York City? I believe that the

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Eric Adams, Borough President of Brooklyn
In New York City, 1.2 million residents were food insecure prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that number has increased to around 2 million. How would you decrease poverty and end hunger in New York City? In order for New

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