Lack Of Access To Full-Service Grocery Stores Takes A Toll On D.C.’s Poorest — WAMU, December 16, 2020

Even in a prosperous city like D.C., many still go hungry, report finds — The Washington Post, September 19, 2020

Coronavirus cases in the nation’s capital reveal a tale of two cities — Good Morning America, May 22, 2020

Amid COVID-19, SNAP Rolls Out Online Ordering — Next City, May 21, 2020

How the COVID-19 pandemic is shedding light on social inequality in Washington, D.C. — ABC News Live, May 21, 2020

D.C. SNAP Beneficiaries Can Buy Groceries Online Through Amazon — WUSA9, May 13, 2020

Amid COVID-19, SNAP Rolls Out Online Ordering — Next City, May 21, 2020

D.C. faces some of the highest food insecurity rates in United States: report — The GW Hatchet, November 4, 2019

Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Maternal and Infant Health Summit: Addressing Disparities in Maternal Health in Washington, D.C. — New Security Beat, September 26, 2019

A new nutrition group aims to erase the link between value and massive portions — Quartz, August 25, 2019

Success! Washington, DC To Fully Fund School Breakfast — Care2, June 20, 2019

D.C. Requires That Schools Offer Free Breakfast, But Not All Kids Are Getting It — WAMU, April 23, 2019

Community helps Southeast, DC elderly woman who struggles to get to nearest supermarket — WUSA9, November 16, 2018

This teen-led food co-op is harvesting a healthier future — PBS NewsHour, August 7, 2018

SNAP Recipients May Soon Lose Mobile Access At Farmers Markets — WAMU, July 27, 2018

Fair Food Access For All — Foodie and the Beast, July 16, 2018
Podcast featuring Beverley Wheeler, director of D.C. Hunger Solutions

DC’s Biggest Grocery Problem — Washingtonian, March 25, 2018

Despite a Panoply of Programs, D.C. Seniors Still Experience Hunger — Washington City Paper, January 25, 2018