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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Immigration rights are human rights, speakers at Downtown forum say

“A forum designed to address immigrant rights in Pittsburgh carried a simple message: Treat immigration rights as a human rights issue. The gathering on Monday night at the Allegheny County Department of Human Services, Downtown, drew about 40 people. Organizers said they believe educating city and county officials on issues that affect immigrants is key […]

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90.5 WESA Pittsburgh's NPR News Station

Proposed cuts for SNAP would have vast impact

“…Ann Sanders, public policy advocate of the hunger advocacy group Just Harvest told The Confluence’s Megan Harris that the cut would result in 9 percent of recipients—about three million people—losing benefits. She says that the cuts could leave some families scrambling to supplement their food budget, and could also reduce the number of children eligible to get free […]

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Good Food Pittsburgh

The Ultimate Guide to Pittsburgh Farmers Markets: 2019

“…Back again this year, local non-profit Just Harvest has a Fresh Access program at 21 different farmers markets around the city, where they offer a token exchange that allows shoppers to use credit, debit and food stamp cards at the farmers market. For those who have food stamps or SNAP assistance, Just Harvest offers an extra $2 to […]

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