Roger Thurow discusses what inspired him to focus on hunger and global poverty - and how he has seen the lives of smallholder farmers change for the better.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book began, Roger Thurow revisits the featured mothers and children to see how they are faring.
Discrimination, diminishing number of Black farmers leads to persistence of food insecurity in America.
Food available in federal assistance programs is not acceptable to various communities with specific religious, cultural, or physical requirements.
“As Africa’s farmers work to adapt to climate change, global leaders must do their part by keeping–and extending–the promises they made at COP26,” writes Roger Thurow in Project Syndicate.
Roger Thurow speaks at the Child Youth Forum on food insecurity’s impact on the socio-emotional health, development, and wellbeing of young people.
Childhood malnutrition can forever change the course of someone's life.
Senior Fellow Roger Thurow details the true costs of malnutrition today and tomorrow.
Roger Thurow shares a poem evoking the human face of domestic hunger — an issue that is too often forgotten in policy discussions.
Roger Thurow joins the Food Talk podcast to talk about the breakdown of the US’s food chain and why global food security persists amid an abundance of food in the U.S.