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The Black Church Food Security Network utilizes an asset-based approach in organizing and linking the vast resources of historically African American congregations in rural and urban communities to advancing food and land sovereignty.
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The Black Church Supported Agriculture (BCSA) coordinator supports BCFSN’s food system organizing and leads the growth of the BCSA program. The ideal candidate will have a background in agriculture, food aggregation, project management and community organizing.
The BCSA Coordinator position is a full-time (40 hours per week) salaried position.
With a seed library, genuine independence from the industrial food system is within reach.
Prison abolition is quickly gaining momentum in the United States as a response to the failures of our current system of criminal justice. How do prison abolition and food sovereignty relate, and how can urban agriculture be used to help dismantle the carceral state?
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Help us organize the strength and advance the physical and spiritual health, economic opportunity and self-determination of the African American community.