How a Brooklyn Arts and Food Activist Spends Her Sundays

She used social media and her nonprofit contacts to locate families in need. She called restaurants and supermarkets to ask for donations.

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As a girl growing up in public housing and homeless shelters from the Bronx to Brooklyn, Tiffiney Davis often didn’t have enough to eat. Sometimes a meal was a dry bowl of cereal shared among siblings. So, when the pandemic decimated employment opportunities and food access for many New […]

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