As families face sudden, chronic food shortages, three researchers share lessons from hundreds of interviews with the food insecure.
Food justice is racial justice. As the nation rises up to protest atrocities against Black people, here are some organizations working to advance Black food sovereignty.
Rural communities and agriculture groups are divided over George Floyd's death and the resulting protests. As some stay silent, others express solidarity or hold rallies in support.
Imagine if food producers and movements worked together to secure the basic needs of those fighting for a better world for everyone.
Addressing systemic racism in U.S. agriculture has to begin with the USDA.
Growing food in cities offers a powerful way to reclaim communities and change the dynamics so that people of color have wealth and power.
The former presidential candidate links COVID-19’s devastation in Black and brown communities with the need for a $15 minimum wage, free school meals, and universal healthcare.
During the first half of 2020, the disproportionate spread of COVID-19 in communities of color and the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police have drawn into sharp focus the systemic racism present in the United States—including…
Interesting Read! The article, written Agnieszka de Sousa , shares how meat giants may face carbon taxes and what the pandemic has revealed for the meat industry. Click Link to access full article. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-30/meat-giants-may-face-billions-in-long-term-carbon-taxes?fbclid=IwAR0uSoOpAALYNJJdcigrDho2MS0gJXTRBoPoPXgpEDgxNKWalXuZ9tYEwYE
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) offers direct assistance to farmers and ranchers in support for losses related to the pandemic. The USDA, through the Farm Service Agency (FSA), will be accepting applications from agricultural producers who have suffered losses.…