View the fifth session in our Building Health Equity webinar series: Food Access Equity: Giving Everyone a Seat at the Table. We featured Nicki Ross from Table to Table, Luke Elzinga from the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC), and Marlén Mendoza from the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).

We discussed what equitable food access means and looks like in communities, the major drivers of food insecurity and who is most affected, as well as promising practices that can be implemented on-the-ground to promote food accessibility.

Objectives:

  1. Discuss what equitable food access means and how it looks within communities
  2. Learn about the major drivers of food access inequities and the populations being most affected
  3. Explore a variety of methods that have been used to promote food accessibility

Our Speakers

Nicki Ross, Table to Table nicki@table2table.org

Luke Elzinga, Des Moines Area Religious Council lelzinga@dmarcunited.org
Marlén Mendoza, League of United Latin American Citizens mmendozaconsulting@outlook.com.

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