Is Food Empowerment Project an Intersectional Organization?
Illustration by EastRand Studios from Aph Ko’s book Racism as a Zoological Witchcraft: A Guide to Getting Out

Is Food Empowerment Project an Intersectional Organization?

Is Food Empowerment Project an Intersectional Organization? If you don’t want to read my whole blog, the answer is yes and no.

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Fighting for the Ocean During a Pandemic
femme_makita followed this beautiful creature for a bit with our canon p&s (with underwater housing)

Fighting for the Ocean During a Pandemic

There is a tiny creek near where I live in California. Although the creek often has shopping carts and other garbage in it, there are also animals who enjoy it,…

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Big corporations are not the answer to lack of access to healthy foods

Fresh lettuce from Mandela Grocery Coop 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…

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Giving back just a little to help right an injustice (Update on Food Empowerment Project School Supply Drive 2018)

 Delivery in Watsonville. Photo by Souledad Productions.As a vegan organization, Food Empowerment Project (F.E.P.) encourages people who have access to healthy food to go vegan so as to not contribute…

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