Joi Chevalier of the Cook’s Nook: Fighting to Stop Food Insecurities and Food Inequity
It has been two months since we had the snowstorm that knocked out the power, water, and food. The city was not prepared for a week of snow, sleet, and low, low, temperatures. During this time, people were not able to go to the store to get groceries. The past year has shown where communities are lacking in the areas of education, technology, and food. These are not new areas of concern but the one that has been the most prevalent is food inequity. The food banks are feeding people, and the school system is still feeding students when school is out. Read the full article in Ujima Magazine!