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Project March 15, 2022

Sustainable Solutions: Multi-faith Food Rescue in Detroit

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Detroit's Eastern Market
Detroit residents gather at Eastern Market on Sept. 4 in front of Tres Leches 'N Snacks’s food truck. Image by Olivia Diaz. United States, 2021.

This project explores how a newly-formed network of community activists and faith leaders re-evaluate food rescue and the impact on food access in Detroit, Michigan.

These individuals use their networks to make scrap food into plentiful meals, in attempts to mitigate food waste. In their work, faith leaders across religions explore what it means to be hungry and what it means to be full in Detroit and elsewhere.

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