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FEED 'EM ALL by Helen Quinn Pasin
A documentary exposing food insecurity on the West Side of Chicago through grassroots efforts like Anthony Clark's community fridge movement in collaboration with Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. and the Black Panther Party Cubs and teens in Austin who founded Austin Harvest Freshmarket in response to the murder of George Floyd; hearing the challenges that local restaurants owners, a tap dancer, and local parents face living in a food desert; and, sitting down with the experts to find out how we've gotten to where we are.
Hampton House October 15, 2021 Unveiling and Celebration
Community organizer Benjamin Henning of Engaged Berwyn led a grassroots effort to refurbish the childhood home of the late Chairman Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party. This historic landmark in Maywood, Illinois continues the tradition of community service and social justice led by Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. and the Black Panther Party Cubs. October 15, 2021, marked the 55th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, California.
The Story of the Euclid Avenue United Methodist Church Community Fridge
Community organizer Anthony Clark is leading a grassroots initiative to address food insecurity on the West Side of Chicago and the bordering suburbs. This community fridge is now open to the public located at 405 S. Euclid Ave. Oak Park, IL.
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's Day May 5, 2021 Bad River Reservation, New Odanah, Wisconsin
T.W. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN I had the great honor and privilege of being able to witness the first official MMIW Day at Bad River Reservation as declared by President Joe Biden in the first official proclamation of the day. MMIW has been recognized by activists since 2017 after an astonishing report revealed over 5,000 missing indigenous women that the D.O.J. has not recorded or attempted to look for.
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