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Teaching about social justice and poverty reduction in relation to food systems

Teaching about social justice and poverty reduction in relation to food systems

  Looking for resources to teach about social justice and poverty reduction in relation to food systems? The website of the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation has many user-friendly educational resources that promote critical thinking around food banks as a response…

Do you see community farms, gardens and greenhouses as a realistic and sustainable solution to food insecurity in your community?

Do you see community farms, gardens and greenhouses as a realistic and sustainable solution to food insecurity in your community?

Difficult to access affordable grocery stores in your area? Many remote and Indigenous communities across the country are turning to local food production to increase food availability, accessibility, and affordability.  Do you see community farms, gardens and greenhouses as a…

Identifying and Countering White Supremacy Culture in Food Systems from Duke Sanford’s World Food Policy Center

Identifying and Countering White Supremacy Culture in Food Systems from Duke Sanford’s World Food Policy Center

Is considering systemic racial inequality a priority for you when planning community food responses? If so this resource might be of interest. Duke Sanford’s World Food Policy Center recently published the report titled Identifying and Countering White Supremacy Culture in Food Systems. Even though…