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Charlottesville Food Justice Network Launches New Website!

Posted by on Apr 19, 2018 in CSG's Gardens, Featured | Comments Off on Charlottesville Food Justice Network Launches New Website!

Charlottesville Food Justice Network Launches New Website!

Over the past months, partners in Charlottesville Food Justice Network, a program of City Schoolyard Garden, have been working tirelessly to strategize around building a food secure city for all our citizens, as well as create a communication plan to show our work and engage the wider public. We’re pleased to announce that one way our efforts are materializing is with the launch of our new website where you will find resources on our strategy, views, and learning materials such as white papers, equity frameworks, and presentations. Members of the Charlottesville Food Justice Network are...

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Moving Towards More Just Communities on MLK Day

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in CSG's Gardens, Featured, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Moving Towards More Just Communities on MLK Day

Moving Towards More Just Communities on MLK Day

Today, we celebrate one of our nations most influential social change agents, Martin Luther King Jr. A pioneer in the field of human rights, Rev. King, as well as many other activist such as Rosa Parks, Fannie Lou Hammer, and Malcolm X, fought to end legalized segregation in the United States. On July 2nd, 1964, the cry of the civil rights movement was finally answered when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law ending the legalized practice of segregation. However, even though segregation was legally outlawed, the social and infrastructural components that...

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Racial Equity Training a Launching Point for Charlottesville Food Justice Network

Posted by on Jul 13, 2017 in Featured, Sponsors | Comments Off on Racial Equity Training a Launching Point for Charlottesville Food Justice Network

Racial Equity Training a Launching Point for Charlottesville Food Justice Network

Open Source’s framework asks us to consider racism like a weed with roots that consist of the following; history, resources, rules, stories, and people. These roots are constantly feed our personal experience...

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