The series from the organization behind the No Kid Hungry campaign examines the roots and evolution of the food movement and the ways it intersects with race and class, as well as with educational, environmental and health inequities.
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Racism, Hunger and Health
The third installment of the Conversations on Food Justice Series – a collaboration between Share Our Strength and Food & Society at the Aspen Institute – focused on the devastating effect of structural racism on [...]
Hunger is a Racial Justice Issue: Why That Matters and What We Can Do About It
The second installment of the Conversations on Food Justice Series – a collaboration with Food & Society at the Aspen Institute and Share Our Strength – focused on hunger as a racial equity issue. Maine [...]
Black Activists Remember the Radical Origins of the Food Justice Movement
“I believe in the power of the people,” said Ericka Huggins – human rights activist, educator, Black Panther leader, former political prisoner, and one of the first speakers of Conversations on Food Justice, a collaboration [...]