| Avni Patel Thompson
| Harvard Business Review
This article outlines steps to follow for parents adjusting to working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
| Jessi Silverman, Angela Amico
| Center for Science in the Public Interest
This roadmap is a resource for public health advocates, policymakers, and others who seek to advance, adopt, and implement more effective and equitable food service guideline policies.
This toolkit is designed to assist you in communicating with a current or potential distributor about meeting your institution’s need for both product and tracking reports that document local and sustainable purchases.
| Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Google document organizing COVID-19 resources for the higher education sustainability community. Categories include: Articulating Connections Between Coronavirus Crisis and Sustainability, Equity and the Coronavirus, Resources on Policy Responses that Support Sustainability, Working Online and Creating Virtual Events, Student Support Resources, Upcoming Engagement Opportunities, Including Earth Day Ideas, Energy Management During Campus Closures, and Zen & Reprieve.
| The Common Market
Advancing School Food Procurement: Driving
Values-Based Purchasing through Competitive
Solicitations aims to uncover some of the
possibilities within school food contracts and
inspire a more inclusive, sustainable, and equitable
food system for all.
| Rachel Kelly, Kimberly Carr, Rich Pirog, Anel Guel, Jane Henderson, Kyeesha Wilcox, Taylor Wimberg, Vanessa García Polanco, Daniel Babayode, Kelsey Watson, Emettra Nelson
| Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems
This annotated bibliography provides current research and outreach on structural racism in the U.S. food system for the food system practitioner, researcher, educator, and advocate.
Structural racism in the United States has been defined as the “normalization and legitimization of an array of dynamics—historical, cultural, institutional, and interpersonal—that routinely advantage Whites while producing cumulative and chronic outcomes for people of color.”
This resources identifies literature that links the social construction of Whiteness and its intentional or consequential impact on structural racism within the United States’ local food movement. It is focused on recent peer-reviewed and gray literature* materials that are national, regional, and local in scope that included significant references.
The eighth edition contains 385 sources, including 6 new videos and 100 new journal citations. In this edition, our video curation includes recordings from webinars that focused on the intersection of food systems and racial equity.