Tagged: food justice

Eat With Joy

By J. Nicole Morgan Editor's note: Next week, many Americans will gather together to celebrate Thanksgiving. This holiday has become as much about food as it is about giving thanks. In preparation, we are...

October 16 Is World Food Day!

by Kristyn Komarnicki Food is universally popular.  So today being World Food Day is something to celebrate! Unfortunately, food is not universally available—not in the right amounts or varieties, anyway. People around the world,...

Sowing Justice

Farming builds food security, community in inner-city Detroit by Mike and Denise Thompson From Old Testament gleaning laws to the gospel story of Jesus multiplying loaves and fishes to feed a hungry crowd, a...

Feeding Dreams

A church-based food co-op in Atlanta feeds more than mouths interview by Jen Carpenter Urban Recipe is a food cooperative launched by Georgia Avenue Community Ministry in Atlanta, Ga., in 1991. Since its mention...

Waste Not, Want Not

Waste Not, Want Not

by Halee Gray Scott The history of my relationship with food reads like a bad romance. There are times I've adored it, like when our family would gather around my great-grandmother's table weighted down...