Fighting Hunger in Texas Children and Families

Virtual Event

This event has already taken place. | Thursday, January 28th, 2021 | Brooklyn, NY

Please join UnidosUS, UnidosUS Affiliate Mexican American Unity Council (MAUC), and Every Texan for a policy roundtable discussion on food insecurity in Texas Hispanic children and families and state policy and system changes that ensure all Texas children and families have access to nutritious food.

All children and families should have the opportunity to lead a long, healthy, and productive life. However, COVID-19 has revealed that too many Hispanic children and families in Texas are struggling to put food on the table. Key federal nutrition programs—including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Pandemic EBT (PEBT) program — help alleviate poverty and provide children and families with resources to access healthy, nutritious food at home, school, and the larger community. Yet, many Hispanic children and families in Texas continue to experience barriers to participate in federal nutrition programs.

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