His organization has distributed millions of pounds of food over the years that distributors, such as Amazon and Walmart, give to his organization after it reaches its expiration date. He donates the still edible food to groups and residents in the city’s low-income, mostly Black and historically disenfranchised neighborhoods. He said it’s his way of mitigating racism that has driven away resources, including grocery stores and food wholesalers. If getting food should be “as easy as breathing,”
Someone destroyed an activist’s food truck. Now he’s back feeding the hungry.
August 11, 2023