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Responding to Mayor Elect Bynum's meeting with North Tulsa Leaders

As many of you know, Mayor Elect Bynum met with several leaders from North Tulsa yesterday to discuss the needs of the community.  If you didn’t know, here’s an overview: 1,663 more words

Education

Ways Food Professionals Diminish Black Lives/Why Vegans Need to STOP Comparing Animal Cruelty to Slavery

First things first, let me say that, though I do speak a lot about veganism, the purpose of this blog is food justice within black/urban communities. 642 more words

Classism

Food Price Monitors Needed for First Nations Study

LONGMONT, CO–(Marketwired – August 04, 2016) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is seeking up to 75 people or organizations — located on or near Indian reservations across the U.S. 601 more words

Farmers Markets

Tulsa's Food Deserts

Our Cities Series

I always wanted to provide a sort of primary source when I write about the various cities in America that suffer from environmental racism. 914 more words

Environmental Justice

Why are so many Canadians using food banks?

By Jino Distasio

WINNIPEG — For a growing number of Canadians, the ability to afford food is becoming a challenge.

Canadian households are paying more for a nutritious basket of food, and rising prices hit low-income households — especially those receiving government assistance — hardest. 615 more words

Columnists

"There are no grocery stores:" Alderman introduces measure to combat so-called 'food deserts'

MILWAUKEE — Many neighborhoods in Milwaukee are in desperate need of viable grocery stores. There’s an effort to combat the problem of “food deserts” — which city officials say has become an issue of humanity. 285 more words

News

Cross Country Vegan Tips!

I apologize to all of my followers for my longer than one week hiatus in posting, I found out one of my grandmothers had passed away and it hit me pretty hard. 725 more words

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