These Teaching Tolerance magazine articles and blogs aren’t just about food: they address issues of food justice. See how they can help your students become more aware of these issues and inspire them to act.

 

A Bountiful Harvest
School and community gardens yield cooperation, understanding and appreciation for diversity among people.
 

Disparities in School Lunch
When students at low-income schools have no options for healthy lunches, unlike their more affluent counterparts, it’s clear that food discrimination is alive and well. 

 
Serving up Food Justice at School
Grow food justice in the garden or the classroom—and start with your curriculum.
 
Out with Pizza, in with Veggies, Black Beans
When we teach nutrition and offer nutritious meals to everyone in our schools, everyone reaps the benefits.
 
Become an Ecolutionary
Inspired by a TED Talk, a teacher mobilizes his entire school community to plant an urban garden.
 

 

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