We have gathered a collection of articles that help explain the nature of food justice, describe the problems facing communities that struggle with food access, and give insight into the reasons why we believe in building healthy and equitable communities where people and places thrive.
Kelly, R., Carr, K., Pirog, R., Guel, A., Henderson, J., Wilcox, K., Wimberg, T., García Polanco, V., Babayode, D., Watson, K., & Nelson, E. (2021). An annotated bibliography on structural racism present in the U.S. food system (8th ed.). Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems. https://foodsystems.msu.edu/resources/structural_racism_ in_us_food_system
“America at Hunger’s Edge.” New York Times Magazine. 9 September 2020.
“The Bok Choy Project,” by Shauntrice Martin for Change Today, Change Tomorrow. July 2020.
“Community-owned market looking to help fight food insecurity in West Louisville,” by Dennis Ting for WHAS. 31 July 2020.
“For Grief-Stricken West Louisville, Hope Looks Like A Grocery Store,” by Stephen Robert Miller for Huffington Post. 10 July 2020.
“Your Crash Course on Food Justice: A Reading Syllabus,” by Ruth Gebreyesus for KQED. 26 June 2020.
“Racism Is a Public Health Crisis, Say Cities and Counties,” by Christine Vestal for PEW Trusts. 15 June 2020.
“Gardens Have Pulled America Out of Some of Its Darkest Times. We Need Another Revival.” by Tom Philpott for Mother Jones. 29 May, 2020.