1. Friedman Seminar with Ellen Parker

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    This Friedman Seminar features Ellen Parker, Executive Director, Project Bread, speaking on the topic of "Project Bread: Our Evolution From Anti-Hunger Charity to Community Food Security Justice." This seminar was held on April 1st, 2015. About the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy: The Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University is the only independent school of nutrition in the United States. The school's eight degree programs – which focus on questions relating to nutrition and chronic diseases, molecular nutrition, agriculture and sustainability, food security, humanitarian assistance, public health nutrition, and food policy and economics – are renowned for the application of scientific research to national and international policy.

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    • Bringing Kids to the Table: Navigating School Meal Eligibility and Registration

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      Ifilmed and edited this video for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's Child Nutrition Outreach Program (CNOP) with the support and collaboration of Project Bread. It was a fun and collaborative experience, and the kids were total stars!

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      • Exhibit at City Hall Puts Local Face on Hunger

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        A photo exhibit opens at City Hall showing the faces and and circumstances of families struggling with hunger and food insecurity. Report for BNN News. Aired May 1, 2014.

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        • Helping Teens to Cook for Themselves

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          Teenagers at Dorchester's Bird Street Community Center take a step toward nutritional independence by getting some tips on preparing their own meals from Project Bread Chef Kirk Conrad. The goal is to encourage more healthy eating, instead of fast food. Report for BNN News aired August 3, 2011.

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          • The Curley School

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            The kids at Boston’s Curley K-8 School aren’t just learning about healthy food in the classroom—with the help of Harvard School of Public Health, they’re loving it in the lunchroom. Watch this video to see what a difference a chef in the cafeteria can make.

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            • Project Bread Benefit Concert

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              westsuburbanymca.org/ycca Highlights from our Project Bread Benefit Concert held on December 21st of 2012.

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              • Photos by Mothers Bear Witness to Hunger

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                Women struggling with hunger and poverty tell their story by taking photos currently on exhibit at the State House, in the offshoot of what began as a research project based at Drexel University. Report for BNN News. Aired March 13, 2012.

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                • Summer Meals Program Fills Gap for Boston Students

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                  A summer meals program fills a nutrition gap for Boston students under the age of 18, many of them from needy families. Report for BNN News by Megan Allison. Aired July 24, 2014.

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                  • Breaking Bread and Offering a Break

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                    A new "Panera Cares" community cafe in Boston gives customers a chance to get a break on the cost of a meal--or to help others in need. Report for BNN News by Brooke Singman. Aired February 12, 2013.

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                    • Boston Students Get Healthy Summer Meals

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                      Students taking part in summer activities around Boston are getting healthy meals at 143 locations, thanks to the city and the hunger relief organization, Project Bread. The program is starting its 17th year. Report for BNN News. Aired July 7, 2011.

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