US Food Justice

Food justice sees the lack of healthy food in poor communities as a human rights issue and draws from grassroots struggles and US organizing traditions such as the civil rights and environmental justice movements.

Black Agrarianism: Resistance

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | Dãnia C. Davy, Edward “Jerry” Pennick, Savonala Horne and Tracy Lloyd McCurty | Nov 15, 2016

The following is the sixth installment in our Dismantling Racism in the Food System series, and is from 2017’s forthcoming book Land Justice: Re-imagining…

Elections 2016: A Message from Food First

Blog | Food First | Nov 10, 2016

Photo by Stephen Melkisethian / CC BY Friends of Food First, Like you, we’re feeling this election’s devastating setbacks; but now more…

Good Food Rising

Blog | Jonathan Baldoza | Nov 9, 2016

What kind of a world do we want to live in? This was the question that resonated throughout the evening…

Las Raíces del Agrarismo Negro

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | Gail Myers and Owusu Bandele | Aug 25, 2016

Translation by Mónica R. Goya. To view this Backgrounder in English click here, in French here, and in Portuguese here.

Les racines de l’agrarianisme noir

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | Gail Myers and Owusu Bandele | Aug 25, 2016

Translation by Coline Charrasse. To view this Backgrounder in English click here; to view in Portuguese click here.

As raízes do Agrarianismo Negro

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | Gail Myers and Owusu Bandele | Aug 25, 2016

To view this Backgrounder in English click here, in French here, and Spanish here.

The Roots of Black Agrarianism

Backgrounders & Issue Brief | Gail Myers and Owusu Bandele | Aug 25, 2016

To view this Backgrounder in Portuguese, click here; to view in French click here. The following is an excerpt from…