Announcing the 2018 Food Sovereignty Prize Honorees

The U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2018 Food Sovereignty Prize. In the domestic category, Black Mesa Water Coalition will be honored for their commitment to restoring indigenous food sovereignty and uplifting youth leaders among Navajo and Hopi communities. Organización Boricuá de Agricultura Ecológica de Puerto Rico, the […]

“Our History” A Background to the U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance

The U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) has released a new publication based on participatory research conducted by Grassroots International intern Alison Kaika, with editing support from Sara Mersha (Grassroots International), Saulo Araujo (WhyHunger), and Stephen Bartlett (Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville). The document synthesizes data collected through interviews with fifteen members involved in the Alliance since […]

Our History: A Background of the U.S. Food Sovereignty Alliance

“Our History” serves two main purposes. First, USFSA members can utilize the publication as a tool for developing collective memory and shared strategies. New members will particularly benefit from understanding how the coalition changes over time and intersects with global partners as a regional process of the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty. Second, the […]

USFSA organizing its IV National Assembly

Our food is being used as a weapon, and we are living in a political moment that demands coordinated action. Currently, we are seeing how political borders are being used to attack workers and families. Whether it’s the more than 500,000 people who were cut from the food stamp program over the last 3 years, […]