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Detroit’s Fight for Public Water is also the Nation’s

Detroit made international news this month when its municipal water board resumed cutting off water to residents with unpaid bills. With thousands of community members struggling in homes with no running water, local groups reached out to the United Nations special rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation to intervene.

FoodTalks with FoodCorps

"FoodTalks" are the stories that fuel FoodCorps service members to keep doing what they do. Listen in to hear FoodCorps service members in their own words.

Junk Food Industry’s Shameful Targeting of Black and Latino Youth

Young people of color face steeper risks of diet-related illness – and a ton of niche marketing.

Take the Fed UP Challenge: Go Sugar Free for 10 Days

We are facing the biggest public health crisis of our time and the future of our nation depends on us taking action in our homes, schools, communities and workplaces. Taking the Fed Up Challenge and going sugar free is the first step.

Tell LeBron James to #SlamJunk

Fast food corporations like McDonald’s have virtually mastered the use of childrens’ role models to convince kids that junk food is cool. Fabulously wealthy NBA basketball players have been especially quick to take McDonald’s lucre in return for shilling for food their teams would never let them eat.