Washington City Papers Food Issue 2020 featured thirteen Washingtonians making the District a better, more equitable place to eat. Majorly, creating a change in the food system.
According to Washington City Paper, the featured change makers include,
” pastry chef whose crumb of an idea turned into a global bake sale that raised close to $2 million for organizations combating systemic racism, a Mutual Aid Movement worker who brings groceries to home-bound residents at high risk of contracting COVID-19, and an entrepreneur out to prove a food hall filled with Black-owned businesses can bring tourism to River Terrace.
They all envision a D.C. where residents have access to fresh, healthy food and economic opportunities no matter their address, and where multiculturalism and diversity are deeply valued and celebrated. “
Photo: DARROW MONTGOMERY