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“A Small Kindness”

Feeding the Hungry in the Twin Cities

By Ayisha Yahya.

A quick glance at your grocery bill is evidence that a dollar just doesn’t go as far as it used to – the cost of food is rising. But while some people can still afford to stock up the fridge and pantry, for others, hunger is a persistent problem. Read the rest of this entry

The Right to Food Threatened Worldwide

By Ramla Bile, Engage Minnesota

 

This month, Muslims across the world are observing Ramadan. In addition to its copious spiritual and personal benefits, the month provides an excellent opportunity to acknowledge the notion of freedom from hunger, and the extent to which the right to food is met locally, nationally, and internationally.

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