It’s Brooklyn’s only Black-led, member owned and operated food co-op that centers low-to-moderate income communities in Central Brooklyn.
Tag: Food Justice
“Being from the Latinx diaspora, food is the driving force growing up,” says Luz Cruz. “We flock to food and use it to build bridges.”
In a monthly column, Leah Kirts covers the work of queer organizers expanding food justice through mutual aid across New York City and beyond.
Teens for Food Justice recently conducted an audit of bodegas and grocery stores in so-called food deserts in the Bronx and Brooklyn.
Author Leah Penniman shares her insights below on building community and what we can do to create a more just, equitable food system.
This weekend, Just Food is partnering with the Tehuti Ma’at Community Garden for a community-based cookout and fundraiser.
Plus: New York City is losing its food institutions.
We’re about ready for a Thanksgiving break, too. Here’s what we’ll be reading.
To bee or not to bee? For Nadia Johnson, who led Just Food’s successful campaign to legalize beekeeping in NYC, it was no question.
Dozens of New Yorkers headed to Florida last weekend and joined thousands of people from across the country for the final days of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ 2-week, 200-mile March for Rights, Respect and Fair Food, calling for fair wages for Florida’s farmworkers.