Realizing a Racially Just Food System with Christopher Bradshaw

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In the final episode of our Washington Series, Dreaming Out Loud founder and executive director Christopher Bradshaw joins GFSP program manager Eilish Zembilci to illustrate how the long history of racism and inequality in the United States influences present-day food security. Mr. Bradshaw shares the organizational priorities of Dreaming Out Loud and how his team is striving to reverse the harm of the “400-year pandemic of white supremacy” through holistic approaches to food systems and economic empowerment. Mr. Bradshaw also speaks to potential policy solutions at the national and local level, particularly in light of amendments to the D.C. Comprehensive Plan.
Eilish Zembilci
Adjunct Fellow (Non-resident), Global Food and Water Security Program