Hispanic families in the D.C. region are experiencing higher rates of food insecurity as a result of the pandemic. Eddie Walker/Flickr hide caption toggle caption Eddie Walker/Flickr A second-annual report from Capital Area Food Bank found that significantly more Hispanic families in the D.C. region are facing food insecurity after the pandemic — a “dramatic […]
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