At Good Heart, our mission is to make local food accessible to all people.
One thing we know for sure is that Food Justice and Racial Justice are inextricably connected.
In farming, we don’t know what the weather will bring. We don’t know what pests will show up. In fact, there’s usually way more that we don’t know than what we do know.
But that doesn’t keep us from planting seeds. It doesn’t keep us from spreading compost. It doesn’t keep us from pulling up the weeds and clearing the way for new growth.
In the midst of on-going, deep injustice against black people, we’re learning from and listening to black leaders who have been doing the work to create positive change for a long time.
There’s more that we don’t know than we do, but like in farming, we continue learning, clearing the way, and planting seeds.
Here are some organizations and people we’re learning from, and we encourage you to learn, listen, and follow their lead in taking action to grow a world where everyone is safe and free.
Because Black Lives Matter.
In Good Heart,
Kate & Edge