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Meals On a Shoestring: A Study on Food Insecurity in the U.S.

By Jenny Tang, IV Form

Meals On a Shoestring: A Study On Food Insecurity in the U.S.

 Definition: Food insecurity is officially defined as a condition of a household where there arereports of change in quality or the desirability of diet or even reduced food intake during theyear because of the lack of resources.

You know, when people talk about food insecurity, they think of underdeveloped countries. They think of the “Third World”, overpopulated areas, filthy streets, and corrupted governments.

They don’t think of the U.S.

They don’t think of their very own local communities.

Hungry…for knowledge? Please take a look at my website, based on my study through a grant from the Thomas H. Kean ’53 Fellowship at St. Mark’s School.

(Art: Concealed by Jenny Tang)

 

Jenny Tang is an IV Form boarding student from Sunnyvale, CA. She lives in Gaccon and loves art and science.


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