On the podcast, we confront the systems of oppression that impact who has access to food and the land it’s grown on — and who doesn’t. Achieving something better will take hard work from all of us, and can only be done if we listen closely to the people who are already leading change in the way we think about food.

Our host, FoodShare’s Sheldomar Elliott delves into the connections between food and justice with folks who have their fingers on the pulse, and their hands in the soil. Together they dream in colour, and consider what it would take to build a just and hopeful city; a city where everyone can feed themselves, their loved ones and their community with dignity, and with joy.