Identifying and Countering White Supremacy Culture in Food Systems from Duke Sanford’s World Food Policy Center

Is considering systemic racial inequality a priority for you when planning community food responses? 


If so this resource might be of interest.

Duke Sanford’s World Food Policy Center recently published the report titled Identifying and Countering White Supremacy Culture in Food Systems. Even though the resource targets the situation in the US, the information relates to our reality here in Manitoba. Author Alison Conrad, MPP attempts to answer the following question: How does white supremacy culture play out in the food insecurity and food access space in the United States?



Download the report here for free.



© Copyright. All rights reserved. The content of this post may be used for educational purposes without written permission. For other uses, please contact the author(s) of the content.

Related Posts


Land Back

There is an unbreakable connection between Indigenous food sovereignty and land. Thus, it is impossible to talk about food security and sovereignty without also acknowledging the colonial practice of stealing land and attempts by Indigenous

Read More »

Navigating Seasonal Donations

As discussed briefly in last month’s article on reconsidering the charitable response to food insecurity, PROOF lays out the rationale for why the food charity model is ultimately unsustainable and ineffective at reducing rates of

Read More »