TFFJ Featured in Clever Cookstr

TFFJ Featured in Clever Cookstr

Teens for Food Justice was featured in the Clever Cookstr: Quick and Dirty Tips podcast, which covers everything related to food and cooking with Kara Rota. TFFJ CEO/Director, Katherine Soll, and Development and Communications Associate, Joshua Thomas-Serrano, spoke with Kara. Check out the episode: How a Local Organization is Changing… More →

Fox 5 Learns About TFFJ in Saturday Morning Interview

Fox 5 Learns About TFFJ in Saturday Morning Interview

Fox 5 host, Antwan Lewis, interviews Kathy Soll, CEO/Director of Teens for Food Justice; Tara Poyau, Science Teacher, Urban Assembly Unison School in Brooklyn; and two middle school students from the TFFJ program. Watch the interview… More →

TFFJ Recognized in Food Policy Spotlight Series

TFFJ Recognized in Food Policy Spotlight Series

Teens for Food Justice is a front page feature in the Food Policy Community Spotlight Series published by the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College. Read the article… More →

TFFJ Interviewed on Progressive Radio Network

Kathy Soll, CEO/Director of Teens for Food Justice, appeared on Progressive Radio Network’s “iEat Green” with host Bhavani Jaroff. Link here for an introduction to TFFJ, Bhavani’s weekly recipe, and a link (scroll down) to the PRN episode, where you can hear the full interview… More →

“Fordham Conversations” with TFFJ

“Fordham Conversations” with TFFJ

“Fordham Conversations” radio host Kyle McKee speaks with members of the Teens for Food Justice team. Featured on the show is CEO/Director Kathy Soll, Unison Middle School Assistant Principal Amy Piller, and two of the program’s students. Link here to listen… More →

NYC Food Policy Interviews Teens For Food Justice

NYC Food Policy Interviews Teens For Food Justice

Teens For Food Justice’s very own CEO, Kathy Soll, spoke with the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College about TFFJ’s mission and the future of bringing healthy food to schools. Read the full interview to find out about our expanding farms sites, the impact of hands-on gardening education in… More →

Watch Teens for Food Justice on PIX11 News

Watch Teens for Food Justice on PIX11 News

Our flourishing classroom farm and the fantastic work of the Unison student team has piqued the interest of PIX11 News, which aired this great two minute feature on Teens for Food Justice Monday night. Click here to watch for an inside look at the farm, and to hear from students about about their… More →

Unison Farm Featured in DNAinfo

Unison Farm Featured in DNAinfo

For the second year in a row, DNAinfo has written a feature on TFFJ. This time around, reporter Alexandra Leon came by the farm to see the students in action and witness the beginnings of our farm at UA Unison up close. Read the full article here… More →

TFFJ Farm Featured in DNAinfo

TFFJ Farm Featured in DNAinfo

Teens for Food Justice and the Bedford Stuyvesant New Beginnings classroom farm were featured on DNAinfo last Tuesday. Thank you Camille Bautista for sharing our story! Click to read the full feature: Student Farmers Grow Fresh Vegetables Year-Round for Bed-Stuy Community … More →

Students for Service Featured in the New York Daily News

Students for Service Featured in the New York Daily News

New York City high school students must fulfill a certain number of community service hours before graduation. The required number of hours varies from school to school, but the community service requirement is non-negotiable. Seems like it would be easy to find volunteer work right? Actually, it’s not. “When my… More →

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