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What is the Richmond Food Justice Corridor?

Most of the really exciting work happening in Richmond is the result of strong, trusting partnerships between organizations and communities that are willing to share their time and resources and imagine a new way forward together. The Food Justice Corridor is exactly this kind of partnership: leaders across every sector are working together to address food access, build community, reduce violence, inspire youth, and so much more.

Read what we learned about the Food Justice Corridor below, followed by a list of the partners behind the Corridor, the members of Community Unity in Action.

Community Unity in Action Partners: 

Faith Leaders Moving Forward

Faith Community Baptist Church

Richmond Food Justice Alliance

Dream Academy

Southerners On New Ground

Community Justice Network

725 Arts and Culture

RISE for Youth

Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Sociology

Richmond City Health District

City of Richmond Office of the Mayor

Kinfolk Community Empowerment Center

State of Virginia Department of Education

Saving Our Sons

State of Virginia Office of the Attorney General

Drums No Guns

Leaders of the New South

Mary G Brown Transitional Center

Storefront for Community Design

University of Richmond

American Repertory Theater – Richmond

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

National Association of Black Social Workers

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