As the Challenge wraps up, what commitments will you make to action and continued learning?

What do you need in order to take some new, innovative/experimental steps towards operationalizing racial equity in the food system? What resources, tools, strategies, and supports do you need to help take some next steps with your colleagues?

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6 thoughts on “As the Challenge wraps up, what commitments will you make to action and continued learning?”

  1. Some thoughts that I have taken away from this challenge is first, the importance of the heightened awareness we all need for racial inequity. The food system should be built to help all of those who need help, not just people or certain colors, races, or gender.

    Also, I feel that Americans overall can be wasteful, and need to take a more sustainable approach, and make this more of a focus.

    As a person interested in Public Health, and with a healthcare education background, this information has been essential in the growth I need for this career path.

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  2. In terms of support, it would be helpful for me in my work to have an expert organization to go to for guidance and TA as my program strategizes new, innovative steps. A more locally-focused Center for Social Inclusion or PolicyLink type group would be wonderful.

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