Roxana Pardo Garcia knows food banks. As a kid, her family benefited from them, but with mixed feelings.
“They would give us stuff that we didn’t know what to do with,” she remembered. “And we were taking food from people who knew what to do with it.”
What they couldn’t use, they gave away, then got help from other people in their community, who shared their masa, beans, tortillas and spices.
“But you kind of starved