Earth care requires wise agricultural and food policies that mandate fair pricing and update supply management to build a racially just, economically empowered, and climate resilient food system. In short: moving from Disparity to Parity.
Please join the National Family Farm Coalition, Federation of Southern Cooperatives, American University Center for Environment, Community, and Equity, and our partners in a roundtable conversation to dig deeper into the history of disparities in our food system and policy ideas that can move us toward achieving parity. This will be the first in a year-long series.
Cornelius Blanding – Executive Director of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund
Liz Henderson – New York Farmer, Northeast Organic Farmers Association
Jose Oliva – Campaigns Director, HEAL Food Alliance (Health, Environment, Agriculture, Labor)
George Naylor – Iowa Farmer, Past President of the National Family Farm Coalition (clarityonparity.com)
Sarah Lloyd – Wisconsin Dairy Farmer, Dairy Together
Co-hosted by American University’s new Center for Environment Community & Equity; the National Family Farm Coalition; and the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund
Co-sponsored by ActionAid USA, Agrarian Trust, Farm Aid, Food & Water Watch, Food Solutions New England, The Greenhorns, HEAL Food Alliance (Health, Environment, Agriculture, Labor), Johns Hopkins Center for Livable Future, National Young Farmers Coalition, North American Marine Alliance, Northeast Organic Farmers Associations-Interstate Council, Wisconsin Farmers Union
With deep gratitude to the AU School of International Service 2021 Practicum Team for their hard work on this project: Brad Wilson (farmer, mentor), Fatu Jambawai, Matt Penberthy, Emma Marks, Shivang Bhakti, Milagro Ventura, Nicola Rampino, Abigail Haughton, Emma Wilcher, Susan McRae and Loryn Baughman