Food Sovereignty and Farm Justice: Jim Goodman of the National Family Farm Coalition

In this third short film in the #FoodSovereigntyStories series produced by Heather Gies and Colin Anderson, President of National Family Farm Coalition Jim Goodman shares his perspective on farm justice, a New Deal policy platform centered on protecting the wellbeing of farmers, consumers, and the environment. Take a look at @foodsovusa’s second #FoodSovereigntyStories video! Each […]

“Food sovereignty is justice for farmer workers” – First Video of Food Sovereignty Stories Series

Food Sovereignty Stories is a series of videos from social movements in the United States working towards a more just, sovereign, and sustainable food system. The first film focuses on food sovereignty and justice for farm workers. For Brenda Bentley, an organizer with Community to Community Development (C2C), a grassroots organization fighting for food justice […]

Food Sovereignty and Peasant Agroecology in Nicaragua: Part One

This blog series was written by Tyler Short (Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville), with editing support through the USFSA’s narrative strategy collective. Introduction This six-part writing series is based on the Food Sovereignty and Agroecology Delegation in Nicaragua (January 3–13, 2019) organized by Friends of the ATC (FATC), a solidarity network closely allied with La Asociación […]

Solidarity Letter to the Highlander Research and Education Center

The US Food Sovereignty Alliance expresses our solidarity with those at the Highlander Research and Education Center after the recent racially-motivated arson attack. USFSA’s Political Education Collective drafted the letter, and the letter was ratified by the National Coordination of the US Food Sovereignty Alliance. — To our friends and colleagues at the Highlander Research and Education […]