Maine’s food sovereignty ordinance enables residents to re-localize their food and break the stranglehold of the corporate commodified system.
On World Food Day, and the UN Committee on World Security’s 49th plenary session is currently underway (virtually) in Rome, 68 U.S.-based organizations from across the food system joined the US Food Sovereignty Alliance today to send a letter to the Biden Administration, USDA, State Department, and the US Mission to the UN Rome-based agencies.
Free Registration: https://bit.ly/Sept23_FoodSystemTakeBack When: 09/23/2021: 7:00AM-11:30AM PDT / 10:00AM-2:30PM EDT The People’s Kitchen Counter-Mobilization: Food System Take-Back is a half-day virtual, free event hosted by The People’s Forum NYC. Speakers from Africa to North America will engage in conversations laying …
With a new administration we have a powerful opportunity to shift U.S. trade and agriculture policies to promote economic parity and environmental and racial justice.
The U.S. government must stop prioritizing the interests of agribusiness over small farmers, abetting further corporatization of the food system here and in other countries, including India.
We have joined protest marches, tractorcades, and countless meetings with government representatives to advocate policies to achieve economic, racial, cultural, and social parity, and stand in solidarity with the Indian farmers defending their livelihoods, their food sovereignty, and the future of their republic.
North America LVC organizations ask their respective legislatures to vote against USMCA in its current form to advance our ongoing struggle for food sovereignty.
As Japan and the United States embark on negotiations over agricultural markets, potentially paving the way for a free-trade agreement, we urge the complete halt of these negotiations that undermine the livelihoods of family farmers and the sovereignty of rural communities in our two countries.
Stories from our members across the country and from the road on the America the Bountiful Tour, as well as a tribute to Mr. Ralph Paige.
Ralph Paige passed on June 28, 2018. We recall his words from 2004 advocating for a government that is accountable to its constituents, promotes food safety and food security, and enters trade arrangements that respect growers’ need for a fair price and their customers recognition of the value of their products.