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Inmates at a Nevada state prison are on a hunger strike in a protest they say is due to poor conditions inside the facility. 

About 40 prisoners began the hunger strike on Dec. 1 first inside Nevada’s Ely State Prison and have accused jail staff of improperly using solitary confinement, physically attacking inmates, and not properly providing inmates with access to appeal and grievance forms, KVVU-TV reported.

"We are requesting immediate intervention from the state in regards to correctional abuse and violence against prisoners by convening a group of stakeholders represented by prisoner rights and human rights organizations as well as impacted people-advisory committees, legal experts, medical experts and other community stakeholders to provide immediate oversight into the conditions in ALL Nevada prisons, correctional centers and camps," Return Strong NV, a grassroots organization that says it is "committed to deconstructing the prison industrial complex," said in a statement.

In a press release, the Nevada Department of Corrections said that 39 offenders began participating in the strike most due to objections with the "food portions being served" but also due to "conditions of confinement, property issues and disciplinary sanctions."

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Entrance to Ely State Prison (Nevada Department of Corrections)

The department says that as of Dec. 5, 27 offenders were refusing food but the total fluctuates daily because some offenders have received food one day but resumed their hunger strike the next day. 

"Food is made available daily to all participants," the department said, adding that the department takes "seriously the health and welfare of the offenders in its custody and is working to resolve this matter."

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"The NDOC is auditing portion sizes at all facilities throughout the state and reviewing the contract with the current food vendor," the statement added. "Additional complaints are also under review."

Ely State Prison opened in 1989 and has a total capacity of 1,183 inmates along with 406 employees.

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Ely State Prison is also where death row inmates are housed in the state of Nevada before being executed. 

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence says she was pressured to lose weight for ‘The Hunger Games’

Jennifer Lawrence has revealed she was pressured to lose weight when she was cast in The Hunger Games.

The actor, who had her breakthrough role as Katniss Everdeen in the action film franchise, recalled that she was encouraged to slim down for the role during a conversation with Viola Davis for Variety’s Actors On Actors series.

“In Hunger Games, it was an awesome responsibility,” Lawrence said. “Those books were huge, and I knew that the audience was children.

“And there were so many different opinions on what is this basically action figure for children going to look like? I remember the biggest conversation, of course, this was pre-MeToo and I’m a woman, so it was weight. How much weight are you going to lose?”

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Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss in ‘The Hunger Games’. CREDIT: Alamy

She added: “Along with me being young and growing and not able to be on a diet, because who wants to be on a diet? I was also like, I don’t know if I want all of the girls who are going to dress up as Katniss to feel like they can’t because they’re not a certain weight. I can’t let that seep into my brain either.”

Lawrence previously told Elle (via Reuters) in 2012 she would never diet for a role. “I’m never going to starve myself for a part,” she said at the time. “I don’t want little girls to be like, ‘Oh, I want to look like Katniss, so I’m going to skip dinner.’

“That’s something I was really conscious of during training… I was trying to get my body to look fit and strong, not thin and underfed.”

During the press tour for 2018 thriller Red Sparrow however, Lawrence said it was the first time she decided to be “disciplined” about her weight for a role.

“I’ve always wondered what it would take to get me to really diet, to really be hungry, because I’ve never done it for a movie,” Lawrence told Vanity Fair. “For Hunger Games, they told me to lose weight, and then I discovered Jack In The Box. Red Sparrow was the first time that I was really hungry, and disciplined.

“I can’t be in character as an ex-ballerina and not feel like an ex-ballerina.”

A prequel to The Hunger Games, titled The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes, is set to be released in cinemas in November next year.

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence: The Biggest Reaction to ‘Hunger Games’ Casting Was ‘How Much Weight Are You Going to Lose?’

Jennifer Lawrence joined Viola Davis for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series and revealed the one concern everyone had when her casting for “The Hunger Games” was announced: “How much weight are you going to lose?” Despite an Oscar nomination for “Winter’s Bone,” Lawrence was still a relative newcomer when she was cast as Katniss Everdeen. “The Hunger Games” would turn Lawrence into a worldwide superstar.

“In ‘Hunger Games,’ it was an awesome responsibility,” Lawrence said of the role. “Those books were huge, and I knew that the audience was children. I remember the biggest conversation was ‘How much weight are you going to lose?’ Along with me being young and growing and not able to be on a diet, I don’t know if I want all of the girls who are going to dress up as Katniss to feel like they can’t because they’re not a certain weight. And I can’t let that seep into my brain either.”

For Lawrence, “The Hunger Games” marked the rare opportunity to make an action movie that was led by a female action hero. So many years later, Viola Davis got a similar opportunity with “The Woman King.”

“I remember when I was doing ‘Hunger Games,’ nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie because it wouldn’t work — because we were told girls and boys can both identify with a male lead, but boys cannot identify with a female lead,” Lawrence said. “And it just makes me so happy every single time I see a movie come out that just blows through every one of those beliefs, and proves that it is just a lie to keep certain people out of the movies. To keep certain people in the same positions that they’ve always been in.”

Watch Lawrence and Davis’ full “Actors on Actors” conversation in the video below.

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence: Producers Took ‘The Hunger Games’ Title Too Literally When Discussing My Weight

Actress didn’t want girls who “dress up as Katniss to feel like they can’t because they are not a certain weight”

Jennifer Lawrence said the Topic of her needing to lose weight was a big conversation around casting in The Hunger Games franchise. Lawrence opened up about how the conversation surrounding her body immediately rang alarm bells during a conversation with Viola Davis for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series.

The Hunger Games book series was already wildly popular with its young adult audience by the time the accompanying trilogy of movies was gearing up, and Lawrence said she was especially attuned to her character’s influence on fans.

“In Hunger Games, it was an awesome responsibility,” Lawrence said of playing Katniss Everdeen. “Those books were huge, and I knew that the audience was children.”

She continued: “I remember the biggest conversation, of course — this was pre-#MeToo and I’m a woman — was weight and ‘How much weight are you going to lose? Well, it’s called The Hunger Games.’ Along with me being young and growing and not able to be on a diet…I don’t know if I want all of the girls who are going to dress up as Katniss to feel like they can’t because they’re not a certain weight. And I can’t let that seep into my brain either.”

Lawrence’s female action hero Katniss was a rarity to find in movies at the time, she said. Like Lawrence’s opportunity to play a female action hero, Davis also led the action movie years later with The Woman King.

“I remember when I was doing Hunger Games, nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie because it wouldn’t work — because we were told girls and boys can both identify with a male lead, but boys cannot identify with a female lead,” Lawrence said. “And it just makes me so happy every single time I see a movie come out that just blows through every one of those beliefs and proves that it is just a lie to keep certain people out of the movies. To keep certain people in the same positions that they’ve always been in.”

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Killexams : Color Us Connected: Food for thought on hunger

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence Says She Refused to Diet for 'The Hunger Games', Encourages Body Positivity

Jennifer Lawrence looked back on her time as the lead of the hit film The Hunger Games.

During a chat with Viola Davis for Variety's Actors on Actors issue, the Causeway star said there was a "conversation" about how much weight she planned to lose for the 2012 action movie.

Lawrence, 32, added that she was adamant about not dieting and talked about the effect it could have on young children watching the movie.

"Along with me being young and growing and not able to be on a diet, I don't know if I want all of the girls who are going to dress up as Katniss to feel like they can't because they're not a certain weight," Lawrence said. "And I can't let that seep into my brain either."

She has echoed this sentiment before.

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In 2013, Lawrence told the BBC it was important to promote a positive body image when she played Katniss Everdeen.

Everdeen, who is selected to fight or die trying for District 12, was likely underfed and would have been "incredibly thin," Lawrence said at the time.

"But, I just kept saying, 'We have the ability to control this image that young girls are going to be seeing,' " she said.

Lawrence, who welcomed her first baby, son Cy, with husband Cooke Maroney earlier this year, is known for not dieting.

"I do exercise! But I don't diet," she told Glamour in 2012. "You can't work when you're hungry, you know?"

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Killexams : Higher food prices worsen hunger crisis this holiday season

WASHINGTON -- Staffers at Bread for the City, a venerable charity in the nation's capital, thought they were prepared for this year's annual pre-Thanksgiving Holiday Helpers food giveaway. The pandemic had faded, but inflation was high, so they budgeted to deliver out 12,000 meals, 20% higher than normal pre-pandemic levels.

But they were quickly overwhelmed, with long lines of clients waiting hours to receive a free turkey and a $50 debit card for groceries. They were forced to shut down three days early after helping 16,000 people, many more than anticipated.

“We don’t want to retraumatize our community by having them wait outside four hours for a turkey,” said Ashley Domm, the charity’s chief development officer. “We are not set up to have hundreds of people lined up on a city street.”

Bread for the City’s experience reflects a larger dynamic playing out across the country. What many Americans hoped would be the first normal holiday season in three years has instead been thrown into a heightened hunger crisis once again, with Christmas on the horizon.

A September report by the Urban Institute estimated that about 1 in 5 adults experienced household food insecurity last summer, about the same as during the first year of the pandemic but a sharp increase from the spring of 2021. Black and Hispanic adults reported higher rates of food insecurity than their white counterparts, according to the report.

“In the pandemic, nobody had jobs and nobody had money,” said Nancy Murphy, a 45-year old caregiver picking up a frozen turkey and groceries last week from a giveaway at the Redeemed Christian Church of God New Wine Assembly church in northeast Washington. “Now they’re back at their jobs but the money isn’t going far enough. It’s still hard.”

The government estimates food prices will be up 9.5% to 10.5% this year. And that's squeezing the budgets of many Americans and the food banks that have helped them, especially with the expiration of the massive flow of pandemic relief aid.

“ Inflation has been the story of the year,” said Michael Altfest, director of community engagement at the Alameda County Food Bank in Oakland, California.

Altfest said the level of community need remains 50% to 70% higher than pre-pandemic levels, and about 30% of calls to the food bank’s emergency helpline are from first-time callers.

In multiple cases, charities and food banks had prepared for increased numbers due to inflation, only to find the level of need had far exceeded their projections.

The Capital Area Food Bank in Washington originally projected it would need to distribute about 43 million meals during the July 2022-June 2023 budget year. Now four months into that fiscal year, it already is 22% ahead of those predictions.

“That was an educated prediction with a good four or five months of information,” said the food bank's CEO, Radha Muthiah. “We are always thinking about Thanksgiving and Christmas right when everybody's heading to the beach in summer.”

In Illinois, Jim Conwell of the Greater Chicago Food bank says the need remains elevated. "So we’re purchasing more and we’re spending more on what we do purchase," he said.

His organization’s network served about 30% more households in August 2022, compared to the previous August.

“Families that were just getting their feet back underneath them are experiencing a whole new challenge or even if they have employment, or have several jobs or sources of income, it’s just not going as far as it was two years ago,” he said.

Higher prices are forcing people to make “sacrifices on their food,” Altfest said.

For example, he said, the price of chicken has more than doubled — from 78 cents per pound last year to $1.64 per pound this year. Estimates from the Farm Bureau set the cost of turkey as 21 percent higher than last year. And market researcher Datasembly estimates that a 16-ounce box of stuffing costs 14% more than last year, while a 5-pound bag of Russet potatoes averages 45.5% more.

Mike Manning, president of the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank in Louisiana, draws a distinction between the increased hunger levels sparked by the pandemic and the current crisis. During the pandemic, millions of people's jobs and incomes essentially disappeared, creating an immediate wave of need that he compared to the aftermath of a hurricane.

But the current crisis has been a slow and steady rise, starting in late February and still climbing. Manning said his food bank has seen a 10% to 15% rise in local food insecurity in just the past two months.

“You're talking to people who are on lower incomes and they’re working multiple jobs — just think of the cost of them to get from one job to the other with the gas eating up whatever extra they’re trying to make,” he said. “What are they going to do? Do they deliver up gas so they can’t get to work or sacrifice on food and come back and ask us for help?”

And with no clear signs on when the long-term inflation wave might ease, “This almost feels like more of a marathon with no finish line in sight,” said Conwell of the Chicago food bank.

Domm recalls the lines at Bread for the City that "just stayed overwhelmingly long,” for weeks.

The fact that clients were willing to stand outside for hours for a turkey and a debit card speaks to “the intensity and depth of the need,” she said.

Domm also believes there's a psychological element at play as well; after two consecutive holiday seasons warped by the pandemic, families are intensely eager to have something closer to normal.

“People have avoided their families for the last two years. So this year, there’s more pressure to really get groceries and have a group meal,” she said.

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Associated Press reporters Anita Snow in Phoenix and Dee-Ann Durbin in Detroit contributed to this report.

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Killexams : Food bank volunteer driven by her own hunger experience; 'I still cry for that little girl'

Food bank volunteer driven by her own hunger experience; 'I still cry for that little girl'

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FAIRFIELD -- A Bay Area food bank volunteer knows what it's like to grow up hungry and her experience is driving her to help others like her.  

This holiday season, inflation and the pandemic are impacting the demand on Bay Area food banks, and the person standing next to you in line or passing you in the halls at school or church may very well be hungry.

"We wound up living in a tent at Lake Meade where we relied on the generosity of those around us," said Karen, who volunteers at the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano and preferred not to use her last name.  

Karen lived with a single mom, her brother and their pet dog after her mother fell on hard times. They moved to Las Vegas, where Karen's mother believed she could find work. When she couldn't, often there wasn't enough food to feed her children. 

Karen remembers days collecting cans tossed in bushes to get enough money to buy a dollar hamburger, which she would share with her brother while her mother looked on. 

"My mom would often say she'd already eaten, she was full, didn't need anything," said Karen. "I still cry for that little girl. I feel sad for her and for her brother and for her mom."

Now that she's grown, Karen has channeled the pain of growing up hungry to helping other kids like she used to be helped. She imagines the bags she fills at the food bank will go to kids in need, like she once was, noting that we all may be living near someone who is hungry but may not admit it. 

"You do know people who are hungry," said Karen. "They don't show it outwardly."

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence Was Asked to Lose Weight for ‘Hunger Games’: ‘I Can’t Let that Seep Into My Brain’

Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence wasn’t going to starve herself for “The Hunger Games.”

Lawrence has spoken about being asked to lose 10 pounds for the YA novel adaptation franchise she starred in from 2012 to 2015. She went further during Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series, telling Viola Davis about how she was asked to lose weight for the role of Katniss Everdeen.

“In ‘Hunger Games,’ it was an awesome responsibility,” Lawrence explained. “Those books were huge, and I knew that the audience was children. I remember the biggest conversation was, ‘How much weight are you going to lose?'”

Lawrence continued, “Along with me being young and growing and not able to be on a diet, I don’t know if I want all of the girls who are going to dress up as Katniss to feel like they can’t because they’re not a certain weight. And I can’t let that seep into my brain either.”

The “Winter’s Bone” star landed an Academy Award nomination for her indie breakout role before being cast in “The Hunger Games,” which skyrocketed her career and marked a turning point in tween sci-fi action representation.

“I remember when I was doing ‘Hunger Games,’ nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie because it wouldn’t work — because we were told girls and boys can both identify with a male lead, but boys cannot identify with a female lead,” Lawrence said. “And it just makes me so happy every single time I see a movie come out that just blows through every one of those beliefs, and proves that it is just a lie to keep certain people out of the movies. To keep certain people in the same positions that they’ve always been in.”

Lawrence told Elle (via Reuters) at the time of “The Hunger Games” that she would never diet for a role.

“I’m never going to starve myself for a part,” Lawrence said. “I don’t want little girls to be like, ‘Oh, I want to look like Katniss, so I’m going to skip dinner.’ That’s something I was really conscious of during training…I was trying to get my body to look fit and strong, not thin and underfed.”

Even before “The Hunger Games,” Lawrence’s appearance was a factor in landing roles. One producer told her to drop 15 pounds in two weeks for a part, while also inappropriately telling her she could star in adult films because of her beauty.

“The director of that film asked if he could have me star in a porno as the character among many other things that are too inappropriate to repeat here,” Lawrence said during Elle’s 24th annual Women in Hollywood Awards in 2017 (via Fashionista). “I asked to speak to a producer about the unrealistic diet regime and he responded by telling me he didn’t know why everyone thought I was so fat; he thought I was perfectly fuckable.”

Lawrence added, “I look back at this time and I see that I was trapped, like so many young actors and actresses starting out. I couldn’t have gotten a producer or a director or a studio head fired. I let myself be treated a certain way because I felt like I had to for my career. I was young and walking that fine line of sticking up for myself without being called ‘difficult,’ which they did call me, but I believe the word they used was, ‘nightmare.'”

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Killexams : Jennifer Lawrence recalls conversations about her body and weight loss on Hunger Games

Jennifer Lawrence has recalled the conversations surrounding her weight when filming Hunger Games.

Lawrence, 32, rose to fame when she played Katniss Everdeen in the 2012 movie adaptation of Suzanne Collins’s 2008 book.

The actor reprised her role in three sequels, released in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Speaking to Viola Davis as part of Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series, Lawrence opened up about the challenges of the role.

She told Davis that she had been asked to lose weight for the film franchise.

“Those books were huge, and I knew that the audience was children. I remember the biggest conversation was, ‘How much weight are you going to lose?’” she said, in the episode that was released on Wednesday (7 December).

Lawrence spoke about the huge impact of the film adaptations, stating that “nobody had ever put a woman in the lead of an action movie because it didn’t work”.

The Silver Linings Playbook star said that she therefore felt an “awesome responsibility” when approaching the role of Katniss.

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She added that she wanted fans to be able to relate to her portrayal of the character and not be alienated “because they’re not a certain weight”.

She continued: “I can’t let that seep into my brain either.”

Elsewhere in the interview, the Oscar winner said that doing press and interviews has been the biggest “hindrance” to her craft.

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