Meng Yu narrates their immigration story through food and how they found their way to FEEST, a food justice program in Delridge, WA, and finally to a deeper understanding of their culture and the food we eat.
Emma Brewster of the Puget Sound Food Network reflects on the contrasts and similarities between her own curiosity as a child in rural New England and the enthusiasm and willingness of young eaters in urban Seattle to try new, healthful foods.
In this third installment of our blog series, "Using Digital Stories to Promote Health Equity," we look at the initial outcomes of the MOVE community forums. Take a look, and as always, let us know if you have any questions!
The MOVE team in South Park has a few exciting events coming up in the next few weeks. There will be a private screening for storytellers and their family next Thursday, February 9th at Sea Mar. Then, on Februrary 28th, we'll be holding the last of our series of community forums at Concord Elementary School to look at access to healthy food in South Park. Join us!
This is a digital story about the efforts the CMCH's Youth in Action! project has made towards creating community awareness and mobilization around affordable healthy foods and safe places to play and be active.
We know that stories can help persuade decision-makers about the value of an existing program or the need for new policy. Now, research demonstrates that stories can even be more effective than numbers, not just a complement to statistical data.