Kimi Ceridon and her sister never went without food growing up, but living paycheck-to-paycheck meant her parents constantly worried about how to pay for meals. What they did eat was often low-cost and low-quality food.
This is what experts call ‘food insecurity,’ an issue that has grown substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic to affect over 750 million people worldwide. In this episode, we dig into why so many people are unable to secure sufficient, safe, and nutritious food, and the stigma faced by those who experience food insecurity today.
Featuring Kimi Ceridon, a Massachusetts-based writer, Maximo Torero, Chief Economist of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, and Clancy Harrison, Founder of the Food Dignity Movement and host of The Food Dignity Podcast.
For more information, visit findinghumanitypodcast.com.
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