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FEEST Empowers Students to Action Across Seattle

Ronnie Estoque for the South Seattle Emerald

Access to affordable, healthy, culturally relevant foods in schools has always been a focus point for FEEST, an organization led by Youth of Color in South Seattle and south King County. Recently, FEEST has reassessed the curriculum they’ve taught… ”[read more…]

Fostering Youth Food Justice Leadership Through New FEEST Initiative
The BK Reader

FEEST was created in Seattle, Washington and “sets the table for young people to transform the health and equity of their community by gathering around food and working towards systems change.”[read more…]

This Food Day, Feast on FEEST
Huffington Post

Started in Seattle in 2006, FEEST (the best acronym ever, it stands for Food Empowerment Education Sustainability Team) is a youth-driven organization that hosts weekly dinner programs where young people come together to cook and build community. But it’s not just dinner…[read more…]

Eat it, 2015! Food resolutions for the coming year
Seattle Times

A few other local food-equity programs that need our time and financial support, ones that I’m resolved to tell you more about this coming year: Solid Ground, FEEST and Green Plate Special, not to mention the Rainier Valley Food Bank and others. Around here, learning about food and having enough to eat should be everyone’s right, not the privilege of only some. [read more…]

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