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Food Dignity Podcast
26 minutes | 15 hours ago
The Art of Accepting Those Different Than Us
Registered dietitian, exercise physiologist, consultant, and TV and multi-media star Dr. Felicia Stoler talks about her experience with food insecurity as an advocate but also as someone who lived it. She shares how helping a family in need impacted her and changed her perspective. Plus, you don’t want to miss her tips on how to connect with your elected officials to create the change you want to see in this world.
37 minutes | 8 days ago
Getting Fresh, Familiar Food to Farm Workers
Rick Burnette, co-founder and Technical Director of Cultivate Abundance, discusses “food solidarity” with us. His non-profit strives to feed food insecure, immigrant farm workers. The amount of money these workers make depends on how much they can pick. How many tons of tomatoes per day do they need to harvest to receive minimum wage? Listen to find out. The answer will surprise you.
31 minutes | 15 days ago
When You Can’t Get Enough of the Food You Need
Kate Scarlata is a registered dietitian, gastrointestinal expert and author of countless books on digestive issues. Clancy speaks to her about the ins-and-outs of her #EndHungerPain initiative and media tour shedding light on food insecurity in her area of practice. You won’t want to miss it!
10 minutes | 19 days ago
When the Poor Are Picky Eaters
Clancy questions her assumptions about the picky eating of the people receiving food from her food pantry. This 8-minute “Candid Clancy” episode will stop judgement in its tracks!
23 minutes | 22 days ago
Let’s Talk About Food Insecurity and Health at Every Size
Kimmie Singh is a Registered Dietitian based in New York City. In this episode, she calls on health professionals to acknowledge food insecurity, among other lifestyle factors, to treat the whole patient. She tells all, from her secrets for treating eating disorders to outlining the basics of the Health at Every Size approach.
8 minutes | a month ago
SNAP Boosts the Economy
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits you, even though you do not participate in the program! It is time to change the way we perceive food assistance programs such as SNAP, WIC, and food pantries. In this “Candid Clancy” episode, our podcast host, TEDx speaker and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison tells us why this should happen!
30 minutes | a month ago
Pregnant Women and Their Children Deserve a Healthy Start
Ginger Roberts-Scott shares her journey from WIC participant to the Director of the Maine’s Women, Infant, and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program. You don’t want to miss what stopped her in her professional tracks and transformed her approach to nourishing pregnant women today.
25 minutes | a month ago
Best Practices for Dietitians Working with Food Insecure Clients
In this episode, Clancy speaks with dietitian Laura Poland about food marketing, approachable meal planning, having empathy for clients, and reducing clients' guilt surrounding their food choices. For more episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-45-laura-poland-rdn-ldn/
7 minutes | a month ago
Do People Sell What Is Given to Them at the Food Pantry?
Today we’re bringing you a “Candid Clancy” episode! Our podcast host, TEDx speaker, and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison talks about how desperate people are when suffering in poverty and how creative they need to be to get out of it.
26 minutes | a month ago
Food Insecurity and One Way Cincinnati Moves through It
Lisa Andrews, registered dietitian at Sound Bites Nutrition and jack of all trades, brings her community together through food and food puns. She shares how she started the People’s Pantry Cincy which has caught on across the nation. All proceeds from her food pun clothing line also go to those suffering from food and nutrient insecurity. For more episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-43-lisa-andrews-med-rdn-ldn/
22 minutes | 2 months ago
How One’s Story Brings Meaning to Work
WIC Director Terry Young shares her story as a prior recipient of supplemental programs like WIC, food stamps, and Medicaid. She now uses her experience to show how anyone can fight hunger with empathy and compassion. For episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-42-terry-young-ms/
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Know Your “Why”
Domonique Peebles shares his secret to fighting hunger in his community. His work with Brick Gardens is bridging the gaps between transportation, food deserts, and employment. Domonique is transforming vacant buildings and empty lots in Ohio with his green thumb. During this episode, he digs into what it means to come together as a community, work and face challenges with intention, and make healthful food available to all. For episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-41-domonique-peebles/
8 minutes | 2 months ago
Are the People Receiving Food Assistance Working?
In this solo “Candid Clancy” episode, TEDx speaker and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison talks about employment statistics. Her findings will surprise you! For episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-40-are-the-people-receiving-food-assistance-working/
28 minutes | 2 months ago
What Does an Addict Look Like Anyways?
Patrick Cosgrove has been in active recovery from addiction for 25 consecutive years. He pays it forward by mentoring men who are in recovery from various addictions. On this podcast, he’s challenging Clancy’s misconceptions of addiction within the food insecurity arena. For more episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-39-patrick-cosgrove/
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Food Intersects Everyone’s Life and This Is Why It Matters
Rayna Andrews is Senior Director of Community Engagement and Partnerships at Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin and children’s book author. Her passion is developing a sustainable food system that feeds the line and shortens the line at her food bank and partnering food pantries. For more episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-38-rayna-andrews/
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Gardening within Prison Walls to Feed the Hungry
Pastor Guy Giordano shares how he created a large garden in a prison to fight hunger in his community. Thousands of pounds of produce was grown each year supporting local food pantries and other nonprofits. More than just food flourished in the garden. The prisoners did too. The men gained a sense of hope, dignity and a sense of responsibility.
8 minutes | 3 months ago
Can You Be Food Insecure and Still Have Food?
This “Candid Clancy” episode is proof that food insecurity exists in America. Join our podcast host, TEDx speaker, and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison as she shares the reality behind not having enough. For more episode details, visit: https://www.fooddignityproject.com/podcast/episode-36-can-you-be-food-insecure-and-still-have-food/
30 minutes | 3 months ago
Chefs Tackle Hunger
Suzy DeYoung the founder of La Soupe shares her best practices as a chef in the fight against hunger. She talks about passion driving her purpose, and you don’t want to miss the story that changed the approach to her work. She also shares great resources to save you money while minimizing your food waste at home.
35 minutes | 3 months ago
Understanding Economic Class in America
Dr. Ruby K Payne is Clancy’s idol in the professional world, a globally renowned speaker, the leading expert on the subjects of economic class and education, and author of more than a dozen books and frameworks about poverty. Ruby shares amazing nuggets of her knowledge base so that we can all start understanding each other a better.
8 minutes | 3 months ago
There is No Vaccine for Hunger
During today’s “Candid Clancy” episode, our podcast host, TEDx speaker and founder of The Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison shares her biggest fear as a volunteer at a large food pantry in Pennsylvania, and it isn’t what you would expect!
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