What if we had a completely radical food system?
We are taking back our food system and fighting for every family to have access to nutritious, local, chef-cooked meals.
The People’s Kitchen is a food security and employment survival project in collaboration with the restaurant El Compadre in South Philadelphia. The Project initiates base building, political education, and organizing strategies in Philadelphia to connect people, through the synergy of food, worker, and cultural platforms, into a movement that grows relationships, stimulates community dialogue, and builds political power, all while serving more than 200 free, chef-cooked meals per day.
To help with distributing the meals, 215PA has partnered with Church of the Redeemer Baptist Church in Point Breeze, Puentes de Salud, UNITE HERE Philadelphia, SEAMAAC and the Pennsylvania Domestic Workers Alliance.
Interested in learning more about the People’s Kitchen? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The People’s Kitchen is a nonpartisan project and does not endorse candidates or take other partisan positions.
Alexandra Jones, For the Inquirer “Many owners are so focused on their business that they can see only two paths out of this seemingly interminable,
COLUMN Craig LaBan | @CraigLaBan | email@example.com At 7 a.m. one recent Tuesday morning, the crew from El Compadre already had their hands in the dirt of an urban