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Andy Fisher has been at the forefront of the community food movement since its inception in the mid 1990s, as the co-founder and former executive director of the Community Food Security Coalition. He is currently working on a book about the anti-hunger field, and is also in the process of starting a new organization focused on food policy. He lives in Portland, OR.

Op-ed: With Food Insecurity on the Rise, Nutrition Incentives Should Be More Equitable

a woman shops at a farmers market using food assistance funds during the coronavirus pandemic

‘Stand Together or Starve Alone’ Points to the Need for Food Movement Collaboration

Who Benefits When Walmart Funds the Food Movement?

The Anti Hunger-Industrial Complex

Freedom 90: The Rebellion of the Canadian Church Ladies

Who’s Minding the Movement?

Fighting Hunger or Causing Hunger: A Mid-term Look at Wal-Mart’s $2 billion Commitment

Portlandia Redux: Hen Retirement

Contradictions in the Anti-Hunger Movement

Growing Power Takes Massive Contribution from Wal-Mart: A Perspective on Money and the Movement