Teens for Food Justice is featured in a post “The Youth Element” on Unshared Bounty’s blog. Unshared Bounty is a policy and advocacy initiative of New York Law School focused on challenging issues of food equity on behalf of low-income communities. Food equity is the right of communities everywhere to access fresh and healthy food regardless of race, class, income, ethnicity, or community. Unshared Bounty promotes the basic human right to healthy affordable food, and is a resource for the local and national food policy community. Link to view Unshared Bounty’s policy paper How Structural Racism Contributes to the Creation and Persistence of Food Deserts.