Perspectives on Race, Place, and Food


Race and place have played a large role in shaping current dynamics, relationships, and injustices in the food system. Social circumstances and biases determine resource allocation, food access, and (in large part) the health of a community. How have these underlying tensions impacted communities across the country? What kind of dialogue and action is necessary to create real solutions for real people?

Lecture by: ALEGRĺA DE LA CRUZ, Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment; REBECCA FLOURNOY, PolicyLink; YVONNE YEN LIU, Applied Research Center/Colorlines, Inc.