Simply put, food and race are undoubtedly linked. Grocery store availability is associated with income and race. Fast-food chains aggressively occupy space in neighborhoods with high concentrations of Black folks. Food apartheid may be a newer term, but this is not a new issue.
To The Future Fund supports nonprofits working to increase representation, access, and equity for all people. We believe that starts with empowering girls, BIPOC youth, and LGBTQIA+ youth.
On January 20, 2021, Kamala Harris will become the first woman, first woman of color, first South Asian woman, and first Black woman elected Vice President of the United States of America with her inauguration alongside Joe Biden as president, and millions of womxn, especially Black and brown girls, will wake up to a world of new possibilities.
2020 is drawing to a close, so let’s end the year with some more good news—from necessary changes in the Los Angeles County justice system, to a heart-warming pen-pal program, to the COVID-19 vaccinations being rolled out to healthcare workers across the country.
When you’ve used up the last of your favorite Youth To The People product, we recommend looking for a way to repurpose the glass bottles and jars. But if you’re ready to put the packaging back into the recycling cycle, make sure you follow these directions to ensure everything gets where it needs to go.
This month in the world of Good News, Kim Ng made history as Major League Baseball’s first woman + East Asian American general manager, young voters in Georgia turned out in the highest numbers nationwide, and the American Medical Association recognized racism as a threat to public health and decided to mitigate it by adopting anti-racist policies.
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