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We count. Therefore, we must be counted.

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

Finding Power in Community: Advocacy During COVID-19

We shouldn’t sugarcoat things: there are moments during this pandemic when we can feel overwhelmed and even helpless. Our neighbors are getting sick. Our family members are losing their jobs. Hunger, which has always

Make your voice heard this September

The 2020 election is pivotal for our country and for Alameda County. As we work to end hunger, there's no better tool than our collective power. September is Hunger Action Month, a month when