Applying a Racial Equity Lens to Recommendations for CACFP and SFSP ($)
Virtual Summit presented August 19, 2020
1 hour credited CEUs
Historic racial inequities are perpetuating hunger and poverty. This is perhaps even more of a reality during COVID-19. CACFP, SFSP and other child nutrition programs help to combat class inequities, but children of color still bear the consequences of structural racism. Hear about what racial equity is and how this lens can be applied to specific recommendations in food access and nutrition.
Marlysa D. Gamblin, MPP, Bread for the World Institute