Covid-19 and Racial Justice Movements Show It’s Time for Black Food Sovereignty in Brooklyn

Black and brown communities in Brooklyn face an inordinate concentration of food deserts, where people lack access to healthy, affordable grocery stores and other nutritious options.

And the number of Americans who experience food insecurity is only expected to grow in the coming months, with low-income people of color to be hit hardest.

Sandy Nurse (via @SandyforCouncil/Twitter) Black and brown communities in Brooklyn face an inordinate concentration of food deserts, where people lack access to healthy, affordable grocery stores and other nutritious options. And the number of Americans who experience food insecurity is only expected to grow in the coming months, with […]

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