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The Hunger Action Network of New York State Records

1979-2003

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Abstract

The Hunger Action Network of New York State was founded at the Food, Famine and Federalism conference on May 20th, 1982. The statewide membership organization is comprised of direct food providers, advocates, and others with the same goal of ending hunger and poverty in New York State. Today, HANNYS has more than 200 member organizations fighting in unison. The organization holds offices in New York City and Albany, New York.

Summary

Creator:
The Hunger Action Network of New York State
Date Coverage:
1979-2003
Quantity:
12.28 cubic ft. (about 12.28 boxes)

The Hunger Action Network of New York State was founded at the Food, Famine and Federalism conference on May 20th, 1982. The founding of such a pivotal organization such as the Hunger Action Network of New York State has lead to significant impacts on welfare and poverty in the state of New York. The Hunger Action Network of New York State has been fighting for to provide assistance through its member organizations for those in need.

The organization reaches communities in all type of environments, rural, suburban and urban communities that need assistance. The Hunger Action Network of New York State has been a pivotal grassroots organization. The Hunger action Network of New York States membership spans the population of the whole state, along with lasting effects on federal legislation.

Within the collection are press releases, lobbying and advocacy fact sheets, and publications. Thee publications and reports are both from HANNYS as an organization as well as publications that were collected by HANNYS for research purposes. Hunger Action, the official newsletter of the Hunger Action Network of New York State is a quarterly publication starting in 1984, the name changes in November 1997 to Grassroots, however we do not have a complete run of this newsletter.

The welfare reform campaign series is of interest to researchers for it tracks the organization by each campaign that the Hunger Action Network of New York State participated in. The series is arranged by campaign and within each campaign chronologically. Some of the campaigns are Hunger Awareness Day, HANDS across Albany, Feast for Famine, World Hunger Day, and the federal campaign, Welfare to Work.

The Hunger Action Network of New York State records documents nearly twenty years worth of grassroots activism providing New Yorkers who struggle with poverty and hunger a platform to stand on. Birthed out of a conference on the state of poverty and hunger in New York, the Hunger Action Network of New York state has hit the ground running and has yet to stop fighting and assisting New Yorkers and its member organizations. The materials cover many topics pertaining to welfare and poverty at the local, state, and federal level.

The collection contains materials relating to the social activism projects, its arrangement of administrative files, legislative and lobbying, news clippings, welfare reform campaigns, publication and reports, and research and subject files. The collection contains materials from 1979 to 2003. However the bulk of the materials are from the mid- 1980s to the early 2000s.

Within the collection are press releases, lobbying and advocacy fact sheets, and publications. Thee publications and reports are both from HANNYS as an organization as well as publications that were collected by HANNYS for research purposes. Hunger Action, the official newsletter of the Hunger Action Network of New York State is a quarterly publication starting in 1984, the name changes in November 1997 to Grassroots, however we do not have a complete run of this newsletter.

The welfare reform campaign series is of interest to researchers for it tracks the organization by each campaign that the Hunger Action Network of New York State participated in. The series is arranged by campaign and within each campaign chronologically. Some of the campaigns are Hunger Awareness Day, HANDS across Albany, Feast for Famine, World Hunger Day, and the federal campaign, Welfare to Work.

This collection has no series.

All items in the Hunger Action Network of New York State Collection were acquired by the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in June 2003.

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Hunger Action Network of New York State Collection, 1982-2003. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 1.66 cubic ft. (about 1.66 boxes)

The Administrative series is arranged chronologically.

The administrative files of the Hunger Action Network of New York State cover the day to day dealing of the organization. In this series are conference, materials, photographs, direct mailings, and milestone anniversary materials. HANNYS has a long track record of social activism within New York State, the administrative series touches on many of the key issues that the organization fights tirelessly to eliminate.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1FEMA1986-2002

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1 2Photographs1986, 1988, Undated

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1 3Court Papers1987, 1989-1991

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1 4Press Releases1987-1996

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1 5Westchester Coalition of Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens1987-1989, 1996

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1 6Department of Social Services Monitoring1987-1988, 1990-1992

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1 7HANNYS Board1988, 1990

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1 8Documentation/ Verification Requirements1988- 1990

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1 96th, 8th, 9th, and 12th Annual Membership Conference1988, 1990, 1991, 1994

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1 10New York City Coalition Against Hunger1988-1997

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1 11Volunteer Services1989, 1993-1995

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1 12Organizational Structure1989-1991

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1 13North Country Conference1989-1990, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2000

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1 14NYS Department of Social Services Notes and General Information1991-1995

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1 15Bank and Bookstore Sponsors1991, 1993

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1 16Board Meeting Minutes and Related Newspaper Clippings1991-1996

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1 17Department of Social Services Legislature1991-1992

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1 18Staff Meetings1991-1997

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1 19HANNYS Facts1991

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1 20Feast for Famine Invitation1992, 1994

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1 21Halloween Protest1992

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1 22Video Script1992

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1 23Internships and Campus Work1992-1993

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1 24Letter of Agreement/ Advertising Contracts1992

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1 2510th Anniversary [1 of 2]1992

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1 2610th Anniversary [2 of 2]1992

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1 2710th Anniversary Advertising Agreement1992

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2 1Valentine's Day Dinner to Help End Hunger1993, 1994

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2 2Membership Renewal and Newsletters1993, 1994, Undated

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2 3Living Conditions for Minimum Wage1993, 1999

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2 411th and 12th Annual Conference1993-1994

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2 5Welfare Reform Jobs 1st Bill1994

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2 6Grant Proposal from Holding Our Own1994

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2 7Southern Tier Regional Anti- Hunger Conference1994, 1998

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2 8Hudson Valley Anti-Hunger Conference1995

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2 9Capital District Anti-Hunger Conference1995

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2 1013th, 15th, 18th Annual Conference1995, 1997, 2000

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2 11Community Economic Development1995-1996

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2 12HANNYS Employees1995, Undated

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2 13Poverty and Public Policy Conference1996

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3 1Hunger Curriculum1996-1998

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3 2Opening Doors Diversity Workshop for HANNYS Employees1996

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3 3HANNYS Office Papers1997

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3 4Action Guide for HANNYS Members1997

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3 5Mental Health1997-1998, 2000

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3 6Hunger Action Network of New York State Direct Mailings1997, 1998, 1999, Undated

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3 7Fifteen Years Working to End Hunger Anniversary1997

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3 8Census of Emergency Food Relief Organizations Statistics1997

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3 9HANNYS Membership Workshop1998

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3 10Food Bank of Central New York1998-2000

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3 11Eastern Region Hunger Summit1998

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3 12Genesee Valley Regional Anti-Hunger Conference1998

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3 13Nutrition Consortium of NYS Program1999, 2002

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3 14Health Care Reform Act2000

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3 15Plattsburgh Anti-Hunger Conference2000

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3 16Syracuse Conference2000

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3 17Holiday CardUndated

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3 18How to Organize a Regional Anti-Hunger ConferenceUndated
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (about 1 boxes)

The Legislative and lobbying series is arranged chronologically.

The legislative and lobbying series follows the Hunger Action Network of New York States history with the state government of New York. The Hunger Action of New York State was active in legislative advocacy. There are two folders in this series that touch on hunger in other states. The lobbying and advocacy are at the heart of this series. Much of the materials focus on promoting the state of hunger and poverty in the state, HANNYS achieved this by advocating and lobbying for those who could not do it themselves.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Hunger In Other States1981, 1984-1988, 1991

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1 2Legislative Advocacy1983-1985

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1 3HANNYS: New York City1984-1988

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1 4Legislative Advocacy and Researchca. 1985

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1 5Hunger In Other States1986-1988

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1 6Legislative Advocacy1986

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1 7Up and Out of Poverty1986, 1988-1990, 1993

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1 8Community Action Agency of Franklin County1987 October 6

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1 9Legislative Advocacy1987

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1 10Legislative Advocacy1988-1990

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1 11HANNYS: New York City1989-1991, 1995-1996

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1 12Legislative Advocacy1991

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1 13Legislative Advocacy1992

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1 14Legislative Advocacy1993-1995

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1 15Legislative Senate Survey1994

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1 16New York State Budget Welfare Proposals1995

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1 17Welfare Advocacy and Research for New York State Budget1996-1997

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1 18Welfare Negotiation Proposals for New York State Budget1996-1997

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1 19Welfare Reform Research for New York State Budget1996-1997

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1 20Legislative Draft1997 November 11

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1 21Legislative Draft1997

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1 22Corporate Welfare Legislation1997-1998

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1 23HANNYS: New York City1998

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1 24Lobby Day1999

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1 25New York State Budget Analysis1999-2000

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1 26New York State Welfare Reform Work Study1999-2000

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1 27Lobby/Advocacy Day2000

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1 28Farm Bill and Federal Food Stamp Research2001-2002

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1 29Lobbying and Advocacy Research State and Federal2001-2002

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1 30Lobbying Day Lobbying TipsUndated
Quantity: 0.8 cubic ft. (about 0.8 boxes)

The News Clippings and Press Releases series is arranged chronologically.

The News Clippings and Press Releases are compiled of news clippings from newspapers from New York State and press releases from the organization. Many of the newspapers included are the New York Times, The Times Union, The Daily Gazette, and The Troy Record. It shows a mix of nationally read newspapers as well as newspapers from the capital region. The kinds of clippings that are represented are rallies, protests that the organization HANNYS participated in or organized. The former executive director, Mark Dunlea and former associate director, Rachel Leon have many editorials and opinion pieces within this series.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1News Clippings1985-1986, Undated

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1 2Press Releases1985-1986

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1 3News Clippings1987-1988

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1 4Press Releases1987-1988

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1 5News Clippings1989-1990

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1 6Press Releases1989-1990

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1 7News Clippings1991

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1 8News Clippings1991

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1 9Press Releases1991

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1 10News Clippings1992

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1 11News Clippings1992

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1 12Press Releases1992

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2 1News Clippings1993

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2 2News Clippings1993

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2 3Press Releases1993

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2 4News Clippings1994

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2 5News Clippings1994

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3 1News Clippings1995

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3 2News Clippings1995

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3 3News Clippings1995

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3 4News Clippings1996
Quantity: 2.66 cubic ft. (about 2.66 boxes)

The Welfare Reform Campaign series is arranged alphabetically by campaign and within each campaign the materials are arranged chronologically.

The Welfare Reform Campaign series is a compiling of campaigns that were organized by the Hunger Action Network of New York State, other member organizations, and the federal government. The types of campaigns that have been included in this series are President Clintons Welfare to Work program, HANDS across Albany, SNAP, and Food Stamp assistance. Among other campaigns, this series in the Hunger Action Network of New York State collection highlights the efforts made by the organization and their member organizations

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Children's Anti-Hunger Poster Project2002 February 07

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1 2Community Works1997-1999

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1 3Community Works Minutes1998

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1 4Corporate Welfare Reports1995-1998

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1 5Corporate Welfare in Other States1995-1996, 1998-2000

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1 6Corporate Welfare: New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness1997

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1 7Corporate Welfare Reports1998-2001

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1 8Corporate Welfare1999

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1 9Corporate Welfare: Sysco2000

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1 10Fair Budget Campaign Surveys1998 October 06

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1 11Feast For Famine1991

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1 12Feast For Famine1992

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1 13Feast For Famine1993

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1 14Feast For Famine1994

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1 15Food Coupon Campaign1993

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1 16Food Stamps: Vendor Guidelines1979-1984

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1 17Food Stamps: Statistics1983, 1985, 1987-1999

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1 18Food Stamps: Expedited Food Stamps1987, 1998

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1 19Food Stamps: General1987-1989, 1991-1995, 1999-2001

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1 20Food Stamps: HANNYS Outreach1987-1988, 1997-1999

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1 21Food Stamps at Farmers Markets1989, 1994-1995

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1 22Food Stamps: Client Intake Form1990

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1 23Food Stamps: New York County Contacts1993-1994

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1 24Food Stamps for Noncitizens1997

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1 25Food Stamp Budgeting1998

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1 26Food Stamps: Worker Training Program1998

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1 27Food Stamps: Clinton's Initiative2000

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1 28Food Stamps: Electronic Benefit Transfer2000

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1 29Food Stamps: Promotion2000

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2 1Food Stamps: Training2000

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2 2Food Stamps: Work Group Meetings2001-2002

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2 3Food Stamp Requirements2001

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2 4Food Stamp Study (1 of 2)2001

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2 5Food Stamp Study (2 of 2)2001

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2 6HANDS Across Albany1991

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2 7HANDS Across Albany1992

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2 8Hunger Awareness Day1993-1994

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2 9Hunger Awareness Day Interfaith Prayer Events1995 March

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2 10Hunger Awareness Day1995

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2 11Hunger Awareness Day1996

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2 12Hunger Awareness Day Lunch Prayer1996

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2 13Hunger Awareness Day Hunger Tour1997 March

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2 14Hunger Awareness Day1997

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2 15Hunger Awareness Day Celebrity Correspondence1997-1998

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2 16Hunger Awareness Day Action Packet1998 March 19

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2 17Hunger Awareness Day1998

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2 18Hunger Awareness Day1999-2001

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2 19Hunger Awareness Day Sponsors2002

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2 20National Hunger1984-1985

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2 21National Hunger1986

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2 22National Hunger1987

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2 23National Hunger1988-1989

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2 24National Hunger1990-1992, 1994, 2000

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2 25Snapshot: A Survey of the Performance of Local Departments of Social Services during October 19911991 October

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2 26Snapshot II: A Survey of the Performance of Local Departments of Social Services during May 19921992 May

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2 27Snapshot III: A Survey of the Performance of Local Departments of Social Services during January 19931993 January

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2 28Snapshot IV: A Survey of the Performance of Local Departments of Social Services during July 19931993 July

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2 29Snapshot V: A Survey of the Performance of Local Departments of Social Services during January 19941994 January

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2 30Snapshot Advocate Survey on Child Care1996

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2 31Snapshot Survey: Child Care in New York StateUndated

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3 1Tracking Welfare Reform1998-1999

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3 2Tracking Welfare Reform1998-2000

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3 3Tracking Welfare Reform1998-2000

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3 4Welfare to Work: Memo of Non-Profit Assistance Corporation grant application1998 June 10

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3 5Welfare to Work: Surveys1982, 1999-2001

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3 6Welfare to Work: Programs1997-1998

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3 7Welfare to Work: Bills and Amendments1998-1999

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3 8Welfare to Work: Rural Welfare1998-1999

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4 1Welfare to Work: General1998-2000

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4 2Welfare to Work: Assorted Research1999-2000

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4 3Welfare to Work: Programs1999-2000

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4 4Welfare to Work and Obstacles1999-2000

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4 5Welfare to Work: TransportationUndated

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4 6Welfare Reform: "Opportunity Knocks" Program SummaryUndated

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4 7World Food Day1993

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4 8World Food Day1994

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4 9World Food Day1996

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4 10World Food Day1999
Quantity: 1.66 cubic ft. (about 1.66 boxes)

The Publications and Reports series is arranged chronologically.

The publications and reports series refers to any and all publications that were collected by the Hunger Action Network of New York State and also materials that were disseminated by the organization. Many of the Hunger Action Network of New York State publications were the product of different grants that the organization had received funding through, such as the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. The collection has many publications that have been used as reference and research points for the organization. The Hunger Action Network of New York State and its member organizations are reflected in the publications. The Hunger Action Network of New York States newsletter is part of the publication series, however there is not a complete run of this newsletter.

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1 1Identifying A Food Policy Agenda For The 1980s: A Working Paper1980 Janaury

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1 2Newsletters, Hunger Action 1984-2000 (1 of 2)1984-2000

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1 3Newsletters, Hunger Action 1984-2000 (2 of 2)1984-2000

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1 4Message to the Legislature1985 Janaury 09

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1 5Joint Report on Emergency Food Relief in New York State1985 April

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1 6A Primer Of New York State Food Assistance Programs1986 February

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1 7Hunger Notes: The National Newsletter of the National Student Campiagn Against Hunger1986 September

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1 8Welfare Simplification: Thirty-Two States' Views on Coordinating Service for Low-Income Families1986 October

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1 9Food Stamp Program: Evaluation of Improper Denial or Termination Error Rates1987 October

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1 10Food With Dignity: A Study of People Using Food Pantries in New York State1987 October

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1 11Fuel For Excellence: FRAC's Guide to School Breakfast Expansion1987 October

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1 12It's Time For New York To Increase The Minimum Wage1988 May

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1 13Hole In The Safety Nets: Poverty Programs And Policies In The States: New York1998 Spring

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1 14Definitions and Reality of Poverty1988

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1 15Statistical Supplement to the 1988 Annual Report of the New York State Department of Social Services1988

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1 16Outreach Strategies to Increase Food Program Participation1989 April 26

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1 17Poverty In Rural America: A National Overview1989 April

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1 18Private Food Assistance in New York State: Challenges for the 1990s1989 July

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1 19Job Training Partnership Act: Information on Training, Placements, and Wages of Male and Female Participants1989 September

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1 20Activist's Guide to Religious Funders1989

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1 21Community Service Block Grant Program: Directory of Service1989

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1 22Losing Ground: A Decade of Homelessness Comes To A Close, And There Is No End In Sight1990 February

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1 23The Bush Administration Budget: Rhetoric and Reality1990 February

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1 24Asleep At The Wheel: A Study of how New York State Supervises Local Departments of Social Services1990 April

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1 25Fuel For Excellence: FRAC's Guide to School Breakfast Expansion, Second Edition1990 September

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1 26Tailor Made: The Earned Income Tax Credit and Hispanic Working Poor Families1990 September

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1 27Struggle to Survive: The Plight of AFDC and Low Wage Working Families in New York1990 October

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1 28Human Needs in Onondaga County 1990: A Status Report1990 November

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1 29State Of Emergency: Reforming State Supervision and Local Delivery of Emergency Assistance1991 January

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1 30Unchanged Priorities: The Fiscal Year 1992 Bush Budget1991 February

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1 31Limited Access: Health Care for the Rural Poor1991 March

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1 32Playing To Win: A Marshall Plan For America1991 July

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1 33Selective Prosperity: Increasing Income Disparities Since 19771991 July

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1 34County Human Services Directory1991

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1 35Food Stamps: Facts1991

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1 36Hunger and Poverty in the United States: A High School Curriculum1991

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1 37Hungry and Poor: The Results of the Community Childhood Hunger Identification Program (CCHIP) In Queens County1992 April

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1 38Assesment of the Structure and Functioning of the New York State Department of Social Services: Findings, Conclusions, and Reccomendations1992 May

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1 39The New York Child Assistance Program: Interim Report on Program Impacts1992 June

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1 40Schenectady County Hunger Study1992 July

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1 41Jobs & The Economy: A Primer on Principled Economic Development for Progressive Elected Officials and Activists1992 August

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1 42Ten Years Working to End Hunger in New York State 1982-19921992 October 17

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1 43White Poverty In America1992 October

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1 44New York State Nutrition: State of the State1992

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1 45An Affordable State Medicaid Takeover1993 January

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1 46Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy: Federal Fiscal Year 19931993 February

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1 47Peace Newsletter: Central New York's Voice for Peace and Social Justice1993 June

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1 48Living At The Bottom: An Analysis of AFDC Benefit Levels1993 July

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1 49Hunger 1994: Transforming the Politics of Hunger1993 October

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1 50United Tenants of Albany: 20th Anniversary1993

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2 1Welfare Reform: A "Jobs FIRST" Strategy1994 January

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2 2Making the Case for a State Earned Income Tax Credit: A County by County Profile of NYS Claimants1994 February

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2 3Speak Out For Change! Overcoming Stereotypes and Misconceptions on Hunger, Poverty, Food Stamps, and School Breakfast1994 March

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2 4Racefile: A critical assessment of reporting on racial issues in the established and community press1994 May-June

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2 5Facts on the Minimum Wage1994 June

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2 6Living At The Bottom: An Analysis of AFDC Benefit Levels1994 June

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2 7New York State Kids Count 1994 Data Book1994

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2 8Report to Governor George E. Pataki Regarding the State Fiscal Year 1995-1996 Medicaid Budget1995 January 18

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2 9Poverty and Race: Poverty and Race Research Action Council Volume 4, No. 21995 March-April

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2 10Workfare in New York State: Does it Work?1995 July 12

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2 11Can New York Afford the Way Congress Intends to Balance the Federal Budget?1995 July

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2 12Perceptions of Hunger and the Reality of Programs1995 July

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2 13Perceptions of Hunger and the Reality of Programs1995 July

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2 14The Impact of Federal Legislation on New York State Nutrition Programs1995 December

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2 15Hunger Action Network of New York State (HANNYS) Welfare Reform Teach-In Packet1996

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2 16Public Policy/Private Pain: Reaching Consensus on Welfare Reform1996

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3 1The Status of the Summer Food Service Program In Cities: 19971997 April

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3 2Show Her the Money: A Study of the Earned Income Disregard For Welfare Participants in New York State1997 May

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3 3Why: Challenging Hunger and Poverty1997 Spring

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3 4Hunger Doesn't Take A Vacation: A Status Report on the Summer Food Service Program For Children, 5th ed.1997 July

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3 5Workfare: Workers Expect Paychecks: a Snapshot Survey of the Performance of Workfare According to Participants1997 December

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3 6Putting the "To" in "Welfare To Work": Transportation Issues and Initiatives Around Welfare Reform1997

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3 7The People's Budget 1998-1999: A Blueprint for Equity1998 January 06

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3 8Are States Improving the Lives of Poor Families? A Scale Measure of State Welfare Policies1998 February

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3 9Learnfare: Teaching Discrimination to New York's Children1998 April

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3 10Building an Employee Focused Welfare System: Work First and Other Work Oriented Strategies in Five States1998 June

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3 11The People's Budget: A Blueprint for Equity1998 November 30

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3 12The People's Budget: A Blueprint for Equity1998 November 30

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3 13Living on the Edge: A Study of People Relying on Emergency Feeding Programs in the Empire State1998 November

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3 14A Blind Eye: Assembling New York's 1999-2000 Executive Budget in Economic, Social and Fiscal Terms1999 February

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3 15From Welfare to Well Paid Work: A Guide to Successful, Participant-Focused, Welfare Reform Programs from Across the Nation and a Progress Report on New York State's Welfare Reform Efforts1999 August

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3 16Promising Practices in Welfare-To-Work: Positive Programs Which Can Help Move New Yorkers Up and Out of the Stranglehold of Welfare1999 November

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3 17Putting It All Together to Create Changes2000 September

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3 18Downside: The Human Consequences of the Giuliani Administration's Welfare Caseload Cuts2000 November

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3 19A Community Shared Agricultural Employment Pilot ProjectUndated

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3 20Barriers to Health Care in Rensselaer CountyUndated

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3 21Bridging The Gap: Transitional Benefits - What Are They? An Overview and Survey of 15 CountiesUndated

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3 22CEJ's Welfare Reform Monitoring Project Phase II ReportUndated

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3 23Changing Views Of PovertyUndated

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3 24Family IncomeUndated

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3 25In The Shadow of the Capitol: Childhood Hunger in Washington, D.C.Undated

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3 26Speaking Out For Change: A Media Relations Road Map For Low Income People and AdvocatesUndated

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3 27Welfare Reform: Strategies for Successful ProgramsUndated

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3 28Who Are The Poor? A Profile of the Changing Faces of Poverty in the United States in 1987Undated
Quantity: 4.5 cubic ft. (about 4.5 boxes)

The Research and Subject Files series is arranged alphabetically.

The Research and Subject Files series contains materials of the Hunger Action Network of New York State used as background and in support of their mission. Many of the files are supplemental materials in nature. Welfare reform research is prominently featured in this series. Please note that materials related to HANNYSs welfare reform campaigns are in series 4. Subject files cover a broad perspective of the Hunger Action Network of New York State such as fundraising endeavors and direct mailings from other social reform organizations.

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1 110 for 101992

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1 225th Anniversary Hope House Dinner Program1992

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1 3Albany County Oppurtunity, Inc. Parent, Staff, Volunteer Dinner Program1992 June 22

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1 4Ancillary Services to Support Welfare to Work1992 June 22

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1 5ARISE1999, 2000

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1 6Baby Boost Program1996-1997

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1 7Breakfast Programs in Schools1996, 1999, Undated

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1 8Benefit Concert to Help End Hunger1992

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1 9Budget Forms1999-2000

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1 10Cable Company Contacts1997

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1 11Capitaland Community Garden1998

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1 12Catholic Charities, United Church of Christ, and Presbyterian Funding1997-1998

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1 13Child Assistance Program1997, Undated

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1 14Child Nutrition1983-1987, 1993, 1996

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1 15Childhood Hunger1993

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1 16Common Agenda Coalition1992

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1 17Community Farming2000

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1 18Community Food1997

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1 19Community Food Nutrition Program2001

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1 20Community Food Project1996

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1 21Community Voices Heard1994-1996, 1998

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1 22Contracting1998

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1 23Contracts for Food and Shelters1998

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1 24Corporate Sponsors1997, Undated

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1 25CROP Hunger WalkUndated

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1 26CVH Transition1996

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1 27Department of Labor Welfare to Work Division1997, 1998, 2000

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1 28Direct Mailings from Other Social Reform Organizations1990-1999, Undated

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1 29Direct Mailings from Other Social Reform Organizations1997, 1999, Undated

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1 30Domestic Hunger/ Poverty and Economic Justice Program: Guidelines and Application for Funding1997-2000

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1 31Emergency Assistance Work Group1986, 1990-1991

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1 32Emergency Feeding1989, 1993

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1 33Emergency Food and Shelter Program1996, 1999

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1 34Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Domestic Hunger Grants Program Materials1998

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1 35Faces of Welfare Reform Mock-up with Original Photographs1997

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1 36Fair Budget1997, 1998

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1 37Fair Budget1997-2001

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1 38Faith Community Outreach PlanUndated

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1 39Families USA Tax Credits for the Uninsured Report2001 September

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2 1Farmers Market1997-2001

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2 2Food Shuttle and Island Harvest1993-1994

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2 3Fundraising Bread for the World1993-1997

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2 4Fundraising Development Action Plan1997

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2 5Fundraising Iniatives1993, 1996, 1997

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2 6Gardening1996, 2001, Undated

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2 7Gleaning1994, 1996, 2001

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2 8Graphics for HANNYS1996, 1998

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2 9Grow an Extra Row1998

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2 10Hamilton College Program2001

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2 11The Homeless1986-1998

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2 12Hunger Fellows Programs1998

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2 13Hunger Organizing Project (HOP)1989-1990

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2 14The Illusion of Prosperity: New York in the New Economy - Fiscal Policy Institute Publication1999 September

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2 15Kraft General Foods Grant Submission1992

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2 16Mary Jo Bane1992

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2 17Media Lists and Thank you Letters from the Development Director1991

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2 18Military Spending1989-1992

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2 19Military Spending1989-1992, 1994

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2 20Mohawk-Hudson Community Foundation1992

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2 21Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI)1997

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2 22NegativesUndated

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2 23NYS Census of Population and Housing1990

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2 24NYS Department of Social Services Social Statistics1985-1990, 1992-1994

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2 25NYS Department of Social Services Social Statistics1995

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2 26NYS Department of Social Services Social Statistics1996

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2 27NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Proposals of Establishing the Transitional Oppurtunities Program2000 June 12

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2 28NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics1997

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2 29NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics [1 of 2]1998

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2 30NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics [2 of 2]1998

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2 31NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics1999

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3 1NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics2000

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3 2NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Statistics2001

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3 3Other Hunger Organizations NewslettersUndated

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3 4Post-Employment Education and Training Models in the Welfare to Work Grants1999 May

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3 5Presiding Bishop Fund for World Relief Grant Materials1998

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3 6Newsletters of Other Organizations1985-1988, 1991-1992, 1999

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3 7Nontraditional Employment for Women2000

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3 8Regional Food Bank Extra Helpings: A Community Food Buying Club1999, Undated

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3 9Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York2002

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3 10Rensselaer County IDA2000

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3 11Resource Room Packet2001

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3 12Rochester Empower1993

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3 13The Society of Association Executives of Upstate New York 1991 Members1991

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3 14Strategic Fundraising Workshop1997

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3 15Summer Reception for the Long Island Office of HANNYS Invitation and Guest List1993

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3 16Summer Food Service Program1990-1992, 1998-1999

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3 17Summer Food Service Program1994, 1997

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3 18Summer Food Service Program1997-1998

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3 19Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger1995

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3 20Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger1996, 1997

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3 21Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger1998

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3 22Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger1999

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3 23Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger2000

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3 24Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger2001

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3 25Thanksgiving Fast to End Hunger2002

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3 26Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Fact Sheets2000, Undated

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3 27Transitional Oppurtunities Program (TOP)2000, 2001

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3 28T-Shirts/ Screen Designs1993

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3 29Welfare, AFDC1991, Undated

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3 30Welfare Dilemmas2000

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3 31Welfare Employment1998

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3 32Welfare Employment1998-1999

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3 33Welfare Employment System1998

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3 34Welfare Evaluations and Quizzes1990, 1996, Undated

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3 35Welfare, Family Violence Option (FVO)1998

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3 36"Welfare Made a Difference" National Campaign2000

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3 37Welfare Medicaid1999, 2000

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3 38Welfare Monitering2001

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3 39Welfare Mothers LaDonna Pavetti1997

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3 40Welfare News2001

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4 1Welfare Pataki Bill1996

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4 2Welfare Polls1996, 1999-2001

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4 3Welfare Privatization1988, 1996-1997

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4 4Welfare Rights1989-1990, Undated

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4 5Welfare Reform1985-1987

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4 6Welfare Reform1987-1989

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4 7Welfare Reform1990-1992

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4 8Welfare Reform1990

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4 9Welfare Reform1993

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4 10Welfare Reform1994

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4 11Welfare Reform1999

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4 12Welfare Reform2001

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4 13Welfare Reform Congressional Profiles2000

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4 14Welfare Reform Immigration1997

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4 15Welfare Reform and Jobs1997

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4 16Welfare Reform and Jobs1998

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4 17Welfare Reform, National1995

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4 18Welfare Reform, National1996

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4 19Welfare Reform, National1996-1997

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4 20Welfare Reform, National1998

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4 21Welfare Reform, National2000

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4 22Welfare Reform, New York State1995

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4 23Welfare Reform, New York State1996

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4 24Welfare Reform, New York State [1 of 2]1997

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4 25Welfare Reform, New York State [1 of 2]1997

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4 26Welfare Reform, New York State1998

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4 27Welfare Reform, New York State2000

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4 28Welfare Reform, Postsecondary Education1998-1999, 2001-2002

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4 29Welfare Reform, Postsecondary Education1998-2001

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5 1Welfare Reform, Watch Project1999

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5 2Welfare Reform,The Welfare Reform Act of 19971997

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5 3Welfare Reform Studies1998, 2000, 2001

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5 4Welfare Skit Preformed by HANNYSUndated

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5 5Welfare Safety Nets and Caseloads1999, 2001

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5 6Welfare Senator Daniel Moynihan1995

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5 7Welfare Task Force2001

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5 8Welfare: Temporary Assistance for Families (TANF)2000-2001

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5 9Welfare Transportation1997-1998

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5 10Welfare Transportation1997-1998, 2000, 2002

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6 1Westchester County Funding Request1997-1998

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6 2Workfare1994-1995, 1998

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6 3Womens Leadership Project1994-1996, 2000