2. Access Issues: Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy
“We really do not want food to become any cheaper because people already are not being paid what they should be for the work they are doing. This is why we say to everybody who wants to help change the system that we have to fight for living wages.” ” – lauren Ornelas
F.E.P.’s founder and executive director, lauren Ornelas, was honored to be an invited speaker at the inaugural Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy World Food Policy Center’s Food, Faith, Sovereignty, and Economic Development conference.
Watch lauren’s talk to learn more about why food justice advocates must fight for living wages, how worker-owned cooperatives can help solve food access issues, and why we ask people to eat their ethics