Register for a USFSA webinar on May 7

español abajo     Agroecology Under Attack at the UN: Why It Matters to Our Movements and What We Can Do About It   Thursday, May 7th 1 – 2:30 pm EDT   This webinar is for US Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) Members and Allies, hosted by the USFSA International Relations Collective. The global climate […]

Resilience, Recovery, and Resistance in Puerto Rico

“Food sovereignty is a struggle for life itself” When Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico, Organización Boricuá was ready to deploy one of its key tools for building food sovereignty: agroecology support brigades.The brigades use a model of collective work to develop agroecological food production at farms, schools, community gardens, and other spaces around Puerto Rico. […]

World March for Women: Linking Struggles from Across the Globe

Sophie Ogutu is a feminist human rights activist who works with the Kenyan chapter of the World March of Women, an international feminist movement fighting to eradicate the causes of gender violence and poverty.  The World March of Women also embraces food sovereignty as a fundamental human right, with a particular focus on women. Women […]