APPETITE FOR JUSTICE
As I mentioned in Part I of this blog, when I learned that nonprofits could unionize,* I wanted to find out more for Food Empowerment
What had been my passion in life, the reason I went to college, ended up being my weakness as I allowed myself to be verbally abused, degraded, and have every ounce of my self-esteem sucked out of me.
Is Food Empowerment Project an Intersectional Organization? If you don’t want to read my whole blog, the answer is yes and no.
Food Empowerment Project, like many nonprofits, is often asked if we work with other organizations to further our message. Read on to see our answer.
I went vegan in 1988 for the animals. In fact, I was in elementary school the first time I tried to go vegetarian – that
Recently Marketplace ran a story on a new USDA-funded program: “Amazon, Walmart now offering grocery delivery to SNAP recipients.” Although I appreciate that the Marketplace