Food policy power house Civil Eats profiles Black Church Food Security Network, focusing on how the Baltimore-based coalition is addressing “food apartheid“: “We feel that apolitical and ‘color-blind’ approaches to addressing food inequity fly in the face of the statistics, which clearly show that Black people are disproportionately impacted in a negative way by food […]
Darriel Harris speaks on the Atlantic Live’s panel on health inequities about how the Black Church Food Security Network is creatively–and faithfully–responding to food insecurity.
Pleasant Hope Baptist in Baltimore, the church where “righteous discontent” inspired the Black Church Food Security Network, is garnering more attention for how the network connects churches that grow their own food and brings fresh produce from black farmers to black communities.
A YouTube video shares the growth of the Black Church Food Security Network.
A gathering of diverse leaders working at the intersection of food, justice, health, and ecological well-being from across the country gathered for structured conversation and intentional network building.