The number of students on college campuses who don’t have enough to eat and who regularly experience food insecurities is rising. In this episode, Natalie Nation, a Masters of Public Health student and food justice advocate talks about her experience with the Food Shelf on her own campus and the nation's increasing need for this free resource, that food insecurity falls on a huge spectrum and applies to anyone with a lack of safe, reliable access to adequate amounts of nutritious food, and how one of her most important roles as advocate is to create spaces for people who have experiences with food insecurity to share their stories where they might not have previously felt comfortable or felt safe to do so.
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Food insecurity/Food justice/College campuses