Thousands of people live in food deserts, are dependent on food handouts and spend their days without enough food to meet their basic nutritional needs, especially those of children. Innovative solutions and proposals for lasting change are coming from urban centers and rural areas fighting Black land loss.
Executive Director at Land Loss Prevention Project
Black Kreyol Farmer, Author, and Food Justice Activist
Co-Founder, Southwest Georgia Project and New Communities Inc.
Executive Director, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network