Today, March 5, 2021, our Executive Director, Suzan Bateson was invited by U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee to share an update on our COVID-19 response efforts and the importance of the American Rescue Plan being debated by the United States
The sound of cars funneling through the drive-through distribution could be heard in the background as Katherine Avila dialed into the virtual meeting with the assembly member. It was a busy day at this food distribution site that ACCFB
What a difference a trailer makes. That's what Bob Whalen says as he hauls a gleaming silver and white carriage to roadside encampments in Berkeley. Whalen is the food services manager at Dorothy Day House, our longtime partner agency.
I have skepticism. As a Black man in America, I have over 500 years of evidence to affirm and legitimize my skepticism, particularly as it relates to the federal government. From a constitution that considers me “three-fifths of all
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