Fighting Hunger and Poverty Breakfast in Annapolis Brings Policymakers and Struggling Marylanders to the Same Table

Dr. Maureen Black, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, was quoted in a press release about a Baltimore Witnesses to Hunger event in Maryland.

BMC Clinic Treats Tots’ Growing Pains

Dr. Megan Sandel, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, was interviewed by the Boston Herald about the Boston Medical Center Grow Clinic.

Medical Legal Partnerships Bring Social Determinants of Health into Clearer Focus

Dr. Megan Sandel, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator and Medical Director of the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership was featured in an article published by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

Sequester Puts America’s Brain Trust at Risk

Dr. Mariana Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, wrote an important commentary about sequestration published in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

“Witnesses to Hunger’ Take You to Places Where Food is a Luxury—in the USA

Dr. Mariana Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator and founder of Witnesses to Hunger, was interviewed about the work being done by Witneses to Hunger.

Lori Silverbush & Kristi Jacobson

Dr. Mariana Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, was in a segment of A Place at the Table, that was shown on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Survey Says: Housing is Healthcare

Children’s HealthWatch’s recent work on housing in Minnesota was featured in a blog post by Minnesota 2020.

Many HCMC Patients Lack Housing Security

Dr. Diana Cutts, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, was quoted in an article on housing insecurity.

Obama’s Pledge to End Childhood Hunger by 2015 is Struggling

Dr. Mariana Chilton, Children’s HealthWatch Co-Principal Investigator, was quoted in an article about child hunger in America.

Hunger Expert Says Government Must Lead the Fight

Fighting hunger without the weapon of big federal dollars is like fighting drought without water. That’s nationally known hunger expert Joel Berg talking, championing change in how America helps the poor. “The belief that charity does it better than government only ensures hunger will persist,” Berg says. “When people get food from a pantry, that’s not a success. It’s a failure of American policy.”