Land is the root of self-determination. Our connection to, relationship with and access to land is an essential source of our healing, power and ultimately our liberation. We ground our struggle for self-determination in healthy, ecologically sound relationship to land.
The National Black Food & Justice Alliance is undertaking a project to develop a comprehensive map of Black food systems across the country. The Black Food Map will help communities shape self-determining, interconnected food economies. The Alliance is also partnering with the Centre for Third World Organising (CTWO) in developing and offering a "Seeding Resistance" training for emerging Black and Indigenous youth organizers, focusing on land liberation. Invest in us.