Picture this: It's Sunday, March 7, 1965. A 25-year-old John Lewis packs his backpack - some fruit, a couple books, water, and a toothbrush - and throws it over his trench coat. He's preparing to lead a march to
Juneteenth — also known as Freedom Day — commemorates the June 19, 1865 announcement of the abolition of slavery in the state of Texas. This news arrived two and a half years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
This is typically the time of year when hundreds of unified voices from across the state descend on the capital, meet with legislators, tell our stories, and urge action on important legislation. We couldn't have a traditional Hunger Action
We share your outrage and pain at Alameda County Community Food Bank. In the midst of a pandemic, which is disproportionately impacting Communities of Color, there’s one thing that remains alive and well and thriving: racism. We must remember
As data on COVID-19 emerges, it’s clear that Communities of Color are being hit harder by the pandemic in Alameda County. Take a look at these maps created by our Research Team. One highlights food insecurity in the county