From Emergency to Resilience: Building a Better Food System for New York City

Food system advocates and policymakers called for changes that support farmers, address system inequities, and take a holistic approach to food systems.

Faith and Food Justice Conference Highlights Root Causes of Unfair Food Systems

Farmers, faith leaders, and activists came together to advocate for economically, racially, and ecologically equitable farm communities.

South Carolina-Based Organization Creates Access to Healthy, Fresh Foods With Affordable Produce Boxes

In South Carolina, FoodShare SC aims to tackle food insecurity and increase produce consumption for communities who face limited access to affordable and fresh, nutritious foods.

Seven Ways to Fight for Food Justice

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.

Dreaming Out Loud Receives ReFED Grant to Recover Food Waste in D.C.

Dreaming Out Loud receives ReFED grant to recover 500,000 pounds of food in Washington D.C.’s Wards 7 and 8

How Columbia University May Play a Role in the “Food Gentrification” of West Harlem

Since the 1980s, West Harlem has been experiencing rapid gentrification. Columbia University may be contributing to the community’s changes, especially to its food landscape.

BUGs Keynote Speakers Promote Food Justice and Civil Rights

“Rooted and Rising: Black Southern Land Legacies of Resistance & Resilience,” a conference by the Black Urban Growers, will explore the history of and solutions from Black agriculture and how it influences today’s food movements.