Sunday, September 1, 2013

Here is an awesome video made by a Food Justice organization in Oakland using creative visuals to discuss the life-threatening harm caused by our current food system. It is less than 7 minutes.

Food justice is the production of healthy, local, fresh, nutritious, foods made affordable so people of all backgrounds can access them. Communities  working for food justice are often growing and selling food in local economies, leading to robust communities and a healthier environment. Three more food justice organizations in Oakland are Phat Beets, Planting Justice, and People's Grocery.

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