Many people are exploited, marginalized, devalued, silenced, and invisible.
We can all start by listening to those voices that are too often silenced.
That means farmworkers and family farmers, of course, but also the people who slaughter and process our meat. It means fast food workers, local Mom and Pop grocery stores, as well as people who work hard and yet aren't always sure where their next meal is coming from, and many more.
We need to hear from people who shoulder more of the burdens of our food system while reaping fewer of its benefits. Their personal stories, experiences, ideas, and insights tell us of an inter-woven story about the root causes of injustice in our food system. It is up to us all to work together to dismantle it and replace it with a system that is fair, sustainable, healthy and just for us all. #HungryForJustice #WhoseVoiceIsMissing #IAmResponsibleToo
Follow our journey of asking “Whose Voice is Missing?” to find out what you can do to contribute to the growing grassroots movement for change.
May 11, 2019, 4:20 p.m.
Whose Voice is Missing Project Team