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Programa P-EBT asigna $420 para menores en escuelas públicas

40 Under 40: The Rising Stars in NYC Food Policy (Class of 2020)

NY Distributing Food Stamp Cards To Every Public School Student

“We Need Protein” — Coronavirus Pandemic Deepens New York's Hunger Crisis

New York City Serves Up Food to Fill in the Gaps Amid the Pandemic

$420 is Coming Your Way. All Your Pandemic EBT Questions, Answered.

$420 Food Benefit Cards Coming To All NYC Public School Students

All NYC public school families will receive $420 per child for food benefits through federal coronavirus relief effort

City’s Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term

Cohen introduces resolution to expand SNAP online delivery options

City’s Food Programs Trying to Keep Up With Demand Amid Federal Uncertainties

How New York City Is Feeding Children on the Front Lines of a Pandemic

Women Changing the Food System in New York City

Here’s why coronavirus could complicate efforts to keep NYC students fed during school closures

NY City Council Speaker and CUNY Chancellor Announce Plan to Address Hunger Among CUNY Students

NYC Public Schools Can Serve Real Food, But Will They?

Interview with Lana Dee Povitz

First, the Tuna Fish ‘Badge of Shame.’ Next, Banned From the Prom?

Study: Higher state test scores tied to universal free lunch, regardless of income, in NYC schools


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