Clancy Cash Harrison, founder of The Food Dignity Project, believes everyone has the right to healthy food at all times. On the Food Dignity Podcast, she shares stories behind hunger in America in order to challenge the judgement and shift the culture surrounding food access. For more information about the podcast and its speakers, visit: http://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/
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Low-income students and their families receive feeding supports until they reach college. Why is there a gap in feeding these people? Clancy poses this big question to Maureen McCoy – a senior lecturer at Arizona State University and faculty lead of ... more
This is the second episode of our college hunger series! In this 8-minute podcast, Clancy shares a question that she received while giving a talk to Wilkes University students and faculty. She answers by uncovering ways to be more inclusive in the re... more
This is the beginning of our 3-part series on college hunger. In this 8-minute "Candid Clancy" podcast episode, Clancy shares that if we provide everyone access to good food, it reduces the stigma surrounding nutritional insecurity. For episode detai... more
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Food Dignity Podcast launched a year ago and published 93 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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