The CTCORE Food Justice Network meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month
The Food Justice Guide will be an online resource for building new, community-run food systems in urban communities of color.
Transforming the dominant, global food system is an enormous undertaking. The CT Food Justice Network defines food justice as “Identifying and activating community-based economic solutions to increase racial equity and self-determination in food systems.” Guided by community members and activists, this guide is designed to share resources and experiences and ultimately build new, community-run food systems that provide economic benefit and foster liberation to communities of color in urban centers. Read more on our values statement by clicking here.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. We invite you to share your stories, best principles, policy recommendations, organizational tools, best practices, and project ideas to help populate this online resource with valuable content that can be shared with others.
Click here to Contribute your ideas to the Food Justice Guide