In this week’s episode of JustLove, we take a look at a recent report from the Manhattan Institute that examines increasing educational options. This weekend, we commemorate “World Food Day.” On the show, we look at the work of our Feeding Our Neighbors Program and how it helps to address hunger, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nicole Stelle Garnett, J.D. is the John P. Murphy Foundation Professor of Law at Notre Dame University School of Law and an Adjunct Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a think tank dedicated to developing and disseminating new ideas that foster greater economic choice and individual responsibility. On today’s episode of JustLove, at a time when at least 21 state legislatures have voted to create, expand or improve school choice programs across the country, Nicole talks with us a bit about a recent report from the Manhattan Institute that examines these increasing educational options, and the ways that these states can ensure fair and reasonable accountability of these policies.
Corina Pintor-Holloman is the Program Director of the Feeding Our Neighbors Program of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York. During this week that we will be commemorating “World Food Day” on this Saturday October 16th, Corina talks to us about the work of the Feeding Our Neighbors Program and how it helps to address hunger, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.