Food Justice

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Food Justice by Mind Map: Food Justice

1. Model: Opportunity Makers (Concord, CA)

1.1. Community/Resident Engagement and Leadership Development (change driven by residents)

1.1.1. Community Building: Community harvesting, cooking, meals, and workshops on history of neighborhood

1.1.2. Education and training on healthy lifestyles

1.1.3. Garden Enterprise Program Greenhouse and Garden: helps local residents sell vegetables grown locally in the community

1.2. Community Building Incubator:

1.2.1. Opportunity seekers

1.2.2. Opportunity makers

1.2.3. Opportunity users

2. Inequity: Unequal access to healthy foods

2.1. Access to food sources in low socio-economic neighborhoods

2.1.1. Types of food sources

2.1.2. Types of foods (categories)

2.1.3. Patterns of lack of access related to race, class, gender, age

2.2. Fast food: number and type

2.3. Convenience Stores: Location and types of food sold/available

2.4. Restaurants

2.4.1. sit down with fresh food

2.4.2. take out food

2.4.3. locally owned with locally grown food

3. Social Justice to Overcome Barriers to Healthy Living and Food

3.1. Local food movements

3.2. Community gardens

3.3. Health outcomes and goals for a community to improve quality of life

3.4. Nonprofits and organizations

3.5. Government agencies and programs