Tamar Stollman
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Tamar Stollman is a Food Tank Intern and a passionate advocate for Food Justice. Rooted in ideas of equity, inclusion, and justice, Tamar is a devoted researcher and advocate for food and climate justice, both locally and internationally. During the completion of a dual B.A. in Political Science and International Social Justice at UMass Amherst, Tamar wrote a senior thesis highlighting food justice organizations operating in Western Massachusetts. She continues to delve into food systems and organizations through her work at FoodTank, harnessing food as a mechanism to bring people together to solve complicated social problems.

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