A Conversation Exploring How to Create More Equitable & Anti-Racist Food Systems

 
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A dialogue between food systems leaders that explores the question: How do we, in the “good food movement,” create a more equitable and explicitly anti-racist food system?

This conversation is moderated by the Wallace Center’s Susan Schempf and features Food Systems Leadership Network members and network weavers: Winona Bynum (Detroit Food Policy Council), Rachael Reichenbach (Resist Reimagine), Lindsey Lunsford (Tuskegee University), Shelley Dyer (Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation), and Marcus Coleman (Louisiana State University).

Want to jump ahead? Here are some key timestamps:

(00:00:00 – 00:02:00) Background + context

(00:02:00 – 00:23:36) Introductions + connections

(00:23:39) Question: Why is it important that the good food movement be equitable and explicitly anti-racist?

(00:34:20) Question: Do we need to scrap the “good” in the “good food movement”? Does “good food” appropriately and accurately define this movement?

(00:45:30) Question: What are the actions? Where do we go from here? After engaging in a dialogue around equity and racism, then what? What do we do to change behavior and outcome?

(01:00:20) Question: What will you carry with you from this conversation?

This video is also available via Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-326472825/a-conversation-exploring-how-to-create-more-equitable-anti-racist-food-systems

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