People with lived experience of food insecurity are routinely excluded in the planning and execution of programs and policies intended to “serve” them. This webinar explores “Community In-reach” and “Community In-roads” as strategies for shifting power into the hands of people of color and low income residents, while building pathways for community ownership of food programs and policies. Presenters from DC Greens share insights from their Market Champion, Farmers Market Brigade and Community Advocate programs. DC Greens staff will also share lessons the organization has learned about incorporating community ownership principles and practices into internal operations.
We had so many questions during the webinar we decided to do a follow up video to answer them all. This is a 42 minute video and you can follow the flow of conversation with the “questions from participants” document in the right hand column.