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Michelle Obama discusses the U.S. Department of Agriculture's proposed guidelines for new school wellness policies, which meet Smart Snacks in schools standards.
Cabinet member one of the longest-serving members of Obama's admin.
Congressional Black Caucus members say HBCUs need more support.
Last year, 16 million children under the age of 18 in the U.S. relied on food stamp assistance.
Sherwood Brown and Brown Jr. graduated from FAMU together on May 3.
After over a decade of advocacy, a judge has approved the final, $1.25 billion settlement awarded to Black farmers who alleged discrimination by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Winners will get to attend the kids' "state dinner" luncheon at the White House this summer.
Shirley Sherrod announced Saturday that she is going to be an Agriculture contract employee tasked with improving the relationship with the USDA and minority farmer and ranchers.
First Lady Michelle Obama launches second "Healthy Lunchtime Challenge."
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is notifying African-American farmers that faced discrimination by the agency that they may be eligible for part of the $1.25 billion settlement.