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Many Americans are food insecure, but are traditional food pantries and soup kitchens the best models for providing long-term support? In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-hunger efforts new and old are still working to meet the increased needs and unprecedented challenges in their communities. Join us as we speak with people who are pushing the boundaries of food aid, working on innovative efforts to redistribute food and resources to those who need them most, and aiming for more permanent solutions to food insecurity.

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