Our Work | FOOD JUSTICE SERIES
Food is an essential element of equity.
Share Our Strength hosts an ongoing speaking series that examines the roots and evolution of the food justice movement and its connection to race and class, health, education and the environment.
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In Their Words
Representatives from Indigenous groups, the Black community and many more share the stories of resistance and resiliency.
Since its beginnings with the Black Panthers, the Food Justice Movement and Racial Justice movement have been intertwined. Learn about how it all started and where it’s going.
Food Justice & Radical Justice
You can draw a direct line between slavery, Jim Crow, and the disproportionate rates of hunger among people of color today. Guests talk about transformational change that needs to happen at the government level.
Food Justice & Mental Health
Food insecurity can have devastating effects on the mental health of children. We heard about solutions for reducing the causes of hunger and associated stigma.
“The most offensive things someone could do to you is deny you a place at the table.”– Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie
It Takes More Than Food To End Hunger.
Hunger is a problem we know how to fix. Since our inception we’ve been leaders in reducing the number of kids experiencing hunger.
No Kid HUNGRY
campaign helps feed hungry kids both in school and out.
to end child hunger creates positive change on the local level.