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Virtual After Access

Rise Up, Scale Up Listening Lab 4-Part Webinar Series
May 26, 2022
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Community Organization Perspective

 A conversation with representatives from Black Food Justice Alliance, Federation of Southern Cooperatives, HEAL Food Alliance, and Intertribal Agriculture Council on their members’ work in the food justice/sovereignty movement; their experiences, views on scaling up and/or sustaining local food systems, and where they see gaps and opportunities to make change.

Research & Academic Perspective

A conversation with representatives from First Nations Development Institute, Mississippi State University, Tuskegee University, and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on their work researching, teaching and providing youth programming to foster change in the food justice/sovereignty movement; their experiences, views on scaling up and/or sustaining local food systems, and where they see gaps and opportunities.

 
 

May 12, 2022

 Philanthropic & Civic Perspective

Philanthropic and Civic Perspective - a conversation with representatives from All Things Healing, Partnership for a Healthier America, The Common Market, AgroEcology Fund, and the Partnership and Partnership Action Funds on creative ways to define and connect community that leads to funding and sustaining local and regional food systems.

Art & Culture Perspective

The Institute for Food and Development Policy, better known as Food First, envisions a world in which all people have access to healthy, ecologically produced, and culturally appropriate food. Our mission is to end the injustices that cause hunger. As a “people’s think and do tank,” our mission is to end the injustices that cause hunger and support communities to take back control of their food systems. We advance our mission through three interrelated work areas: research, education and action. Since its first book, Food First: Beyond the Myth of Scarcity, Food First has published over 60 books and hundreds of articles and research reports. Our goal, now, is to not only continue that legacy, but to broaden our actions aimed at amplifying BIPOC-led voices in communities and movements that expose the root causes of hunger, mobilize local food system implementation strategies, and advance real solutions.