Conversations on Food Justice – 2023

  • Art and Food Justice

    Art and Food Justice

    Art and food nourish our bodies and souls, and have the power to transform the way we think about the world around us. For decades, artists have used their work to inform and inspire movements for food justice and equity—using their mediums to provoke conversation and the exchange of ideas, decrease stigma, and foster a deeper understanding of our relationship to food.

  • Race and Water Equity

    Race and Water Equity

    Water is essential to our health and survival—both for our nourishment, and for our food to grow—and the ways we access water have the power to shape our communities. While water was once viewed as a public good, generations of segregation and racial discrimination, pollution, and disinvestment in water infrastructure projects have contributed to a water access and affordability crisis that is drawn along racial lines.