This collection provides some theme-based guides to publicly available products of the Food Dignity action-research project along with some “food for thinking” discussion questions. In addition to the learning guides, you can review other lessons from Food Dignity regarding remaking food systems and community-university partnerships. The learning guide topics and themes available to date are:
A guide to products from the Food Dignity project that summarize the work of and in the collaboration itself. It addresses the question, what was the Food Dignity project?
Expertise shared by community leaders who were co-investigators in the Food Dignity project about their struggles, strategies, and successes in their food justice work.
A guide to products from the Food Dignity project about community-based food production. The guide addresses the question, what are the activities and the yields of CBOs supporting this food production?
A guide to products from the Food Dignity project about supporting community-led food system work with minigrant programs. It addresses questions about how to design minigrant programs, what kinds of projects they can support, and what impacts they might have.
A guide to products from Food Dignity about the community food movement in the United States. It addresses questions about how and why people and organizations who partnered in Food Dignity do community food justice work.