In honor of World Justice Day, Food Tank is celebrating different ways to support food justice efforts around the world and the organizations committed to this work.
In an event on digital and physical food security, experts discussed how technological solutions can support food security without deepening existing inequities.
In a recent panel about a digitally skilled workforce, experts the ways that technology and automation can help and harm food justice efforts.
During his address at Spelman College in 1960, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called for an end to hunger and poverty.
Ahead of the new year, Food Tank is highlighting 121 organizations that are working to build a stronger and more just food system.
The Greater Pittsburgh Food Action Plan seeks to prioritize equity in the region’s food system.
The award-winning New Roots Fresh Stop Market (FSM) initiative uses pop-up markets and cooperative economics to bring fresh, healthy food to food insecure neighborhoods around Louisville.
Food justice organizations are finding ways to use locally produced food to address equity in access, affordability, and health. DC Greens’ Produce Plus Program partners with farmers’ markets to distribute over US$800,000 annually to Washington, D.C. residents to help purchase…