Join us on April 6 at Sister Spokesman where we will provide an overview on the food justice movement and the importance of buying,
preparing and eating locally grown foods.
Luna, Eastside Cooperative
LaDonna Redmond-Sanders, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
Mustafa Sundiata, Simply Good Eating
There is no better example of racism in the 21st Century than the
relationship of black/brown people and the access to healthy foods.
People think about racism as an individual act of prejudice or
discrimination from one person to another. That’s not what it’s
about. It’s about systems, structures and institutions. Food justice
is racial justice.
-excerpt from article written by Marc Lamont Hill