Re/Storing Nashville Creating Equity in Food Deserts

JOI Alumnus Miriam Leibowitz (JOI Class of 02/03) is the Program Coordinator of Re/Storing Nashville, a program of Community Food Advocates.  She is organizing Tennessee residents who live in food deserts around accessibility to quality and healthful food. Recently, an Emerson Hunger Fellow who worked closely with Miriam, and who is a campus coordinator for the Interfaith Youth Core, was profiled in a video about their work together with food desert resident leadership in Nashville.  Check out this video to learn about the work Miriam is doing (and catch a glimpse of her in some important strategy meetings!).

Video about the work of Re/Storing Nashville

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