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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUNGRY IN THE UNITED STATES: A LOOK AT FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY
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Reviewed By: Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition
Saturday, November 19, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Crystal Ann Vitous (University of South Florida) and Ann Louise Tezak (University of South Florida)
Chairs:  Crystal Ann Vitous (University of South Florida) and Ann Louise Tezak (University of South Florida)
Discussants:  David A Himmelgreen (University of South Florida)
4:00 PM
Assessing the Feeding Tampa Bay Mobile Pantry Distribution Program
Aria Walsh-Felz (University of South Florida), Crystal Ann Vitous (University of South Florida) and Sarah Bradley (University of South Florida)
4:15 PM
Food Security in Three Nonprofit Contexts
Sarah Elizabeth Morrow (University of Alabama)
4:30 PM
“…but I Have What They Give Me in the Packet”: Evaluation of a School Backpack Program at a Local Non-Profit Organization in the Tampa Bay Area
Ann Louise Tezak (University of South Florida), David A Himmelgreen (University of South Florida) and Jacqueline Siven (University of South Florida)
5:00 PM
Gleaners: An Alternative Food Network in the Willamette Valley of Western Oregon
Morgan Rachelle Montanez (Oregon State University) and Nancy R Rosenberger (Oregon State University)
5:15 PM
“I Can’t Shop There”: Mapping out Maternal Negotiations of Local Food
Victoria Alicia Benavidez (University of Texas San Antonio)
5:30 PM
Discussant
David A Himmelgreen (University of South Florida)
5:45 PM
Discussion