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Shining a Light in Dark Places: Raising Up the Work of Southern Women of Color in the Food System View

Shining a Light in Dark Places: Raising Up the Work of Southern Women of Color in the Food System

CSI Food Equity Fellow Shorlette Ammons weaves together her personal story, U.S. history, and insight from Southern women of color working in food justice to show how we can achieve equitable food systems change.

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Justice for Eric Garner and What We Must Do Together

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Dennis Chin Phone: 212-248-2785 x1450; Email: dchin@thecsi.org Justice for Eric Garner and... Read more > View all press Releases >

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Blog

Walking 21 Miles is a Case for Public Action, Not Just Adoration

The story of Detroit’s James Roberston is a testament to hard work and tenacity, but it is also a strong indictment of a broken transportation system.

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After Selma: The Story of George Wallace

Though portrayed a failure at the end of the movie Selma, Governor Wallace redefined American politics through his use of “dog whistle politics”. Here’s how he did it.

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How The Supreme Court’s Ruling on The Fair Housing Act Could Cement Segregated Communities

The Supreme Court’s ruling on the Fair Housing Act could make it harder to reverse decades of racially discriminatory housing policies and practices.

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How The Supreme Court’s Ruling on The Fair Housing Act Could Cement Segregated Communities View