During This Holiday Season, Remember the Rohingya

As 2017 comes to an end, some 650,000 Rohingya have fled Rakhine state in Burma (Myanmar) due to a brutal military campaign underway since last August. Hundreds of Rohingya villages have been burned and thousands of people have been killed. The ongoing atrocities
have occurred is spite of repeated warnings in recent years of the potential for genocidal violence.

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Hunger Caucus Briefing TODAY at 2:30pm: Healthy Farms, Food, Families and Economies

You should have recently received an invitation from members of The Food and Agriculture Policy Collaborative regarding an upcoming briefing on October 24, 2017. As co-chairs of the House Hunger Caucus, a bipartisan group of Members working to help stimulate
ideas and foster solutions in the fight against hunger in America and around the world, we hope that your schedule allows for you to join for this important discussion.

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House Hunger Caucus briefing on 10/24: Healthy Farms, Food, Families and Economies

You should have recently received an invitation from members of The Food and Agriculture Policy Collaborative regarding an upcoming briefing on October 24, 2017. As co-chairs of the House Hunger Caucus, a bipartisan group of Members working
to help stimulate ideas and foster solutions in the fight against hunger in America and around the world, we hope that your schedule allows for you to join for this important discussion.

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TONIGHT! Documentary Viewing of “A Place at the Table” and Panel Discussion

By now you should have received an invitation for the panel discussion and documentary viewing of
“A Place at the Table,” which tells powerful stories of hunger and survival through the eyes of three American families, who maintain their dignity even as they struggle just to eat. Join us for a riveting panel discussion and
documentary viewing on the issue of hunger, food deserts, SNAP and the farm bill. 

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