Anti-Racism in Farmers' Markets:

A Toolkit for Markets and their teams

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The Toolkit

Why?

This toolkit is designed for Market Managers, Boards of Directors, Market volunteers, and Market stakeholders.

It was developed to assist Farmers Markets in the shared goal of making Farmers Markets more equitable for farmers of colour, especially Black and Indigenous farmers, who have historically and are currently being shut out of the benefits of participating in Farmers Markets.

The toolkit is a living, growing, and evolving document. We welcome your feedback.

 
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Who We Are

The Equity in Farmers' Markets Working Group

The Equity in Farmers' Markets Working Group is a group of BIPOC and white allies who are connected to Farmers Markets as farmers, managers, and customers and are working to make change in markets and food spaces.

Please join us.

Special thank you to farmers who participated in the focus group that informed the development of this toolkit:

 

Lordeen Anang

Angel Beyde

Aaliyah Fraser

Ajowa Karikari

Ekow Stone

Kristine Watts

 

Toolkit is compiled by the Equity in Farmers' Markets Working Group:

Madeline Chambers

Gracie James 

Tasha Shea

Cheyenne Sundance

Daniel Taylor

Marina Queirolo

Mark Woodnutt

 

 

Contact the Equity in Farmers' Markets Working Group

We welcome your thoughts and feedback.

Thanks for submitting!