Guided by Kellogg’s African American Resource Group and our wellness brands Special K, Eggo, MorningStar Farms and Kashi, Kellogg has launched “Black History. Every Month.: A Call for Food Justice,” shining a light on the barriers to food justice and elevating the work of local heroes fighting to remove them.
As part of this commitment, Kellogg is making a $10,000 donation to Sunlight Gardens as well as organizations in New Orleans, Houston, Oakland, Detroit and other cities.
“We have a lot of lofty goals, and I’m so thankful that Kellogg’s is partnering with us,” says Wilson. Those goals include inspiring more people of color to get into farming. “We’re going to be breaking a lot of barriers that people might not even know are there.”
We invite you to join the fight for food justice three ways:
● Learn more about food injustice and the barriers to healthy food systems in your area.
● Support food justice programs with donations and by following them on social media.
● Spread the word about organizations fighting food justice by sharing their stories on your social media channels, using hashtags #BHEM, #cultivatefoodjustice