Cultivating Change: Pathways to Food Justice and Food Sovereignty
On August 10, 2021, the HLTD21 class at UTSC, together with the Open Praxis Forum, presented the “Cultivating Change: Pathways to Food Justice and Food Sovereignty” symposium. It covered topics related to food security, food justice, and food sovereignty, emphasizing the health inequities BIPOC people face in North America.
Below, you can find some of the projects that were presented at the symposium by the HLTD21 students! To read a summary and reflection of the event and the concepts & ideas discussed by the presenters, click here!
School Food Programs: A Path to Food Justice in Canada
by: Abeeha Syed
Benefits of Community Gardens in Promoting Food Security and Food Justice
by: Rebecca Benedict Anton
Click on the links below to view the project!
Restricting Targeted Marketing Aimed at Black and Hispanic Youth in the United States
by: Mayar Mikhael
Click on the video below to view the project!