Food Justice at Slow Food Nations
The Equity, Inclusion and Justice working group has rallied around the Embrace Joy + Justice campaign. These funds are dedicated to support programming at Slow Food Nations focused on an equitable, just and healthy local food system—one that truly works for all of us.
Join Slow Food Turtle Island Association for hoo’eibii3ihiit, the Arapaho word for feast, literally "eating assembled." We will gather at the Four Winds American Indian Council in Denver surrounded by Four Winds' indigenous permaculture garden, learning about ancestral indigenous foods, rich cultures, and traditions from across Turtle Island and Hawai'i. Share an eveningView event details
Hosted by the Slow Food Turtle Island Association, this panel will feature indigenous community members, organizers, advocates and leaders. They will share their efforts, initiatives and programs to re-introduce indigenous traditional foods, seed sovereignty and policy and advocacy efforts.View event details
American agriculture has depended on the labor of immigrants since the 1940s. Today, about half of fresh produce consumed in the U.S. is imported and the shortage of agricultural workers in the States is one of many reasons for this. The current visa program, while supplying much-needed labor, is bureaucratic,View event details
Traditional economic models are steeped in systemic oppression, from leadership to consumer access. Historically, the cooperative model has provided an avenue for community-based sustainable solutions that bring power back to the people. Let's join together to grow our vision as a Slow Food family for the cooperative model as an anchorView event details