Shifting Towards the Next Generation: 2021 Movement Meeting

National Farm to School Network
October 14, 2021

How can we shift power in our communities and center the work of young leaders of color? How can the food movement intersect with the racial justice movement? National Farm to School Network's 2021 virtual Movement Meeting featured conversation and action-oriented reflection on how the next generation is working to intersect the food movement with racial justice, environmental justice, economic justice, and other key justice-centered movements. Panelists included:
- Adonis Adams, a 12th grader in Indian Trail, NC
- Jaelyn Jackson, a 10th grader in Washington, D.C.
- Ozioma Jatto, a 12th grader in Prince George's County, MD
- Moderated by Krystal Oriadha, NFSN Senior Director of Programs & Policy

A crucial step towards our vision of a just food system for all is centering the voices of our next generation of leaders. This event was recorded on October 14, 2021.

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