Latinx communities are disproportionately affected by COVID, other serious illnesses, and poverty. As racism continues to be a public health
It’s 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the food bank at Alimentando al Pueblo is as busy as ever. People
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Roxana Pardo Garcia says the first step in attracting food-insecure Latinx/Hispanic people to take advantage of the services of a
Growing up, Roxana Pardo Garcia remembers feeling shame whenever her mother sent her to the food bank when times were difficult. Today, as an adult, Garcia organizes a food pantry serving King County’s Latinx community, one that offers a more positive experience during these hard times.
The Gates Foundation Discovery Center in partnership with South Seattle Emerald and Civic Commons hosted the event virtual event, In
Community organizations developed new approaches to support families with food during the pandemic, and ways to make that food more