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The Illusion and Peril of Food “Choice”

Megan Carney, 2018-2019 Fellow. This piece was first published in Sapiens. "It’s easy to blame obesity, diabetes, and other conditions on people’s poor diets. But the real culprit is multinational corporations that profit from limiting our…
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Food insecurity is a legitimate basis for seeking asylum

Megan Carney, 2018-2019 Fellow.  This piece was first published in The Hill.  " In debates about whether to give asylum to the thousands of migrants at the southern border of the U.S., one crucial issue has…
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At Thanksgiving, Trump’s public charge policy threatens food security

Megan Carney, 2018-2019 Fellow. This piece was first published by The Hill. "Thanksgiving commemorates the idea of the native peoples of North America sharing their harvest to save recently arrived immigrants from starvation."
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