Conversations on Food Justice

Conversations on Food Justice is a collaboration between Food & Society at the Aspen Institute and Share Our Strength. This speaking series examines the roots and evolution of the food movement and how it intersects with race and class, as well as health, educational, and environmental inequities. Conversations feature a multitude of diverse voices to discuss the consequences of unequal food access, and how the food justice movement can be a catalyst for equity. Live, one-hour discussions are hosted virtually and will take place over the next twelve-months. Registration is free and open to the public.

  • Food & Society at the Aspen Institute brings together public health leaders, policymakers, researchers, farmers, chefs, food makers, and entrepreneurs to find practical solutions to food system challenges and inequities. The common goal is to help people of all income levels eat better and more healthful diets—and to enjoy them bite by bite.
  • It takes more than food to end hunger. At Share Our Strength, we envision a world where all children, families, and communities have what they need to thrive. Through proven, effective work like our No Kid Hungry campaign, we connect people who care to ideas that work.



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