Their new plan and a revised federal grant application will better serve the Mon Valley. This victory comes after hundreds of riders, bus drivers, advocates, and a variety of stakeholders have mobilized for months to raise concerns about the Port Authority’s Bus Rapid Transit plan.
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A recent bombshell is fueling our campaign to ensure Allegheny County’s plan for Bust Rapid Transit doesn’t hurt Mon Valley bus riders’ food and jobs access.
The anti-hunger organization joins Pittsburghers for Public Transit, Mon Valley riders, stakeholders in speaking out against planned 61ABC bus route cuts, increased fares WHAT: Press conference and rally, then testimony at Port Authority Board public meeting WHEN: Friday, Jan 26 – Rally at 8:45am then testimony at Port Authority board meeting at 9:30am WHY: To […]
Protect access to jobs and healthy food in the Mon Valley by showing support for the 61 A/B/C.
Just Harvest and Pittsburgh Food Policy Council held a debate among Pittsburgh’s three candidates for mayor: Bill Peduto, Darlene Harris, and John Welch.
Anthony Coghill and Ashleigh Deemer fielded three questions about hunger and poverty at our May 2 Candidates Forum.
The two Democratic candidates — incumbent James Ellenbogen and challenger Bob Palmosina — answered the following question as part of a voter education event for the May 16, 2017 Primary Election: How will you address food insecurity and hunger in your district?
Just Harvest has an opening for a full-time VISTA through the Anti-Hunger and Opportunity Corps! We are seeking an individual to serve for a full year, starting August 2016.
On a recent sunny afternoon at a community center in McKees Rocks, kids shouted out their favorite fruits and veggies. With the names of each prospective candidate, the hands of both adults and children shot up to vote.
Beginning in 2016, able-bodied adults in Pennsylvania will have to be working to receive food stamps. Our new staff researcher shares her plans to help those affected by that policy change in Pittsburgh.