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This page features videos about food justice, race and equity, agriculture, fisheries, and related food system issues. 

The Interaction Institute for Social Change (IISC) on Tapping Collective Genius:

Our fate is shared and ALL voices must be empowered to realize our collective genius. Collaborative Change Agents ask, who is not here? What perspectives are missing?

We can create a world that is better for future generations using collaborative change. To do this, we need everyday leaders who shift power dynamics towards justice, weave vibrant networks, and magnify love.

We are working with IISC to apply Collaborative Change to the New England Food System!

Explore Natick Community Organic Farm and meet the Farmers that work there in the pilot episode of this 12 part series. On The Farm is a documentary web series that chronicles a calendar year at Natick Community Organic Farm in Massachusetts. Becca, Casey, Deena, Jon and Lynda are the staffers that run and operate an educational-based community organic farm; while Katy, a young Texas transplant, tries to launch her own sustainable farm in neighboring Millis, Massachusetts. The show’s episodes delve into the lives of the community-driven Farmers and the day to day operation of a locally-focused public gem. 

2016 Real Food Films Winner Best Underreported Issue: A story of how climate change touches food, Saving Sap tells the tale of maple syrup tapping in New England and efforts to adapt to a warming world.  

Representative Chellie Pingree (D) Maine recorded this video for the 2016 New England Food Summit highlighting her work to reduce food waste. 

This 36-minute documentary film – produced by the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future - showcases six projects from around the United States that are increasing access to healthy food in varied ways – from a pioneering farm-to-school project to creative supermarket financing to cooking classes in a doctor's office and a teen-managed grocery store.