On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Lucy Nolan, Executive Director of End Hunger Connecticut, and fellow WNHH host Babz Rawls-Ivy, editor of the Inner-City News CT, about food insecurity, national politics, and how local and national elections affect the allocation of federal funds to social benefits.
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman sits down with Dr. Margaret Grey, Annie Goodrich Professor at the Yale School of Nursing, to discuss the rise of diabetes in New Haven's neighborhoods and what the city and its residents can do to to fight it.
"Kitchen Sync" host Lucy Gellman speaks with Alycia Santilli, deputy director of the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement (CARE) and Billy Bromage, lecturer in Psychiatry at Yale and director of community organizing at the Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC), about the intimate and uncomfortable connection between food insecurity and mental health in some of New Haven's low-income neighborhoods.
WNHH host and station manager Lucy Gellman speaks with two food truck vendors — Ernesto Garcia of Ay! Arepa and Jason Sobocinski of Caseus' Cheese Truck — and City Economic Development Chief Matt Nemerson about the recent enforcement of zoning laws that have booted food trucks out of downtown.