Our children are being asked to endure too much trauma. It’s our
responsibility to do something about it. At Food Literacy Center,
96% of children we serve are Brown and Black. 10% are Asian
American and Pacific Islander.
In response to rising incidents of racism and the murder of Asian
American women in Atlanta last week, it is increasingly important
to educate our community about the intersections of health and
nutrition with race, equity, social justice, women’s rights, and
so much more.
I know these issues matter to you, too.