Lisa Andrews, registered dietitian at Sound Bites Nutrition and jack of all trades, brings her community together through food and food puns. She shares how she started the People’s Pantry Cincy which has caught on across the nation. All proceeds from her food pun clothing line also go to those suffering from food and nutrient insecurity.
Domonique Peebles shares his secret to fighting hunger in his community. His work with Brick Gardens is bridging the gaps between transportation, food deserts, and employment. Domonique is transforming vacant buildings and empty lots in Ohio with his green thumb. During this episode, he digs into what it means to come together as a community, work and face challenges with intention, and make healthful food available to all.
In this solo “Candid Clancy” episode, TEDx speaker and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison talks about employment statistics. Her findings will surprise you!
Patrick Cosgrove has been in active recovery from addiction for 25 consecutive years. He pays it forward by mentoring men who are in recovery from various addictions. On this podcast, he’s challenging Clancy’s misconceptions of addiction within the food insecurity arena.
Pastor Guy Giordano shares how he created a large garden in a prison to fight hunger in his community. Thousands of pounds of produce was grown each year supporting local food pantries and other nonprofits. More than just food flourished in the garden. The prisoners did too. The men gained a sense of hope, dignity and a sense of responsibility.
As we face the largest public health and economic crisis of our time, what are we going to do about it? Food Dignity® Podcast Producer, Registered Dietitian and Consultant Amanda Frankeny dives into the policies that affect the most vulnerable Americans.