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9. Early Pandemic Food Insecurity & Racial Disparities, USA with Dr. Danielle Morales

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9. Early Pandemic Food Insecurity & Racial Disparities, USA with Dr. Danielle Morales

“This study shows there is a direct link between race or racism and food insecurity.” - Dr. Danielle Morales COVID-19 has exacerbated food injustice and food insecurity as disparities in…
February 13, 2022

9. Early Pandemic Food Insecurity & Racial Disparities, USA with Dr. Danielle Morales

“This study shows there is a direct link between race or racism and food insecurity.” – Dr. Danielle Morales

COVID-19 has exacerbated food injustice and food insecurity as disparities in access and supply have left many Americans hungry. Understanding this problem is key to pandemic preparedness.

In this episode, household food insecurity is defined as the limited or uncertain ability to acquire adequate food for one or more household members.

Read Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Household Food Insecurity During the COVID-19 Pandemic: a Nationally Representative Study

(Danielle Xiaodan Morales, Stephanie Alexandra Morales, and Tyler Fox Beltran)

Read Feeding America’s resources on Food Insecurity and COVID-19

Music Credits: The intro and closing music was specially produced for this podcast by Madison Swann.

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