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Share Your Story

In the Food Citizen's Guide, we are collecting quotes, stories, and testimonials in support of a Food Bill of Rights. We are gathering insights and experiences from individuals like you who are passionate about advocating for a better food system in America and beyond.

The Food Bill of Rights represents a crucial framework for advancing food justice, nutrition security, and sustainability. By recognizing food as a fundamental human right and outlining principles for equitable access, participation, and respect in our food systems, the Food Bill of Rights has the potential to transform the way we produce, distribute, and consume food.

Your voice matters! By sharing your personal stories, insights, and perspectives, you can contribute to a collective effort to raise awareness and drive action towards adopting a Food Bill of Rights at the city, state, and national levels. Your contribution to this book project will help inspire and empower others to join the movement for a more just, sustainable, and nourishing food system for all.

    New Book Coming

    In "The Food Citizen's Guide to Advance the Food Bill of Rights," author Tambra Stevenson invites readers on a transformative journey to reclaim food sovereignty, justice, and equity. Stevenson champions a vision of food liberation rooted in everyday activism and collective empowerment.


    As the founder of WANDA: Women Advancing Nutrition Dietetics and Agriculture, Stevenson embodies a relentless commitment to gender and racial equity in the food system. Leveraging her experience as a Boren Scholar, she advocates for food and nutrition security, recognizing the interconnectedness of health, culture, and community well-being.


    Central to Stevenson's mission is the Food Bill of Rights, a visionary framework for transforming food systems at the federal and local levels. From advocating for policy change to nurturing grassroots initiatives, she demonstrates how ordinary citizens can catalyze extraordinary impact. In  2024, a pivotal political year, Stevenson's message resonates with urgency and hope. 

    What People Say...

    Stevenson's vision for a more just and equitable food system resonates with leaders in the field. Karen Washington, a James Beard award-winning farmer, praises Stevenson for her commitment to justice and equity, stating, "Tambra Raye Stevenson is an acclaimed nutritionist, bringing her expertise and personal experience to the forefront. In her book, Stevenson advocates for people to reclaim a food system grounded in justice, bounded by equity, and recognizes the collective power of people. The future of our food system is in the balance, the time is now."

    Media Coverage


    A Case for the Food Bill of Rights with Tambra Stevenson

     - Food Dignity Podcast Episode

    Food Bill of Rights in the News

    Since launching the campaign for a Food Bill of Rights in 2022 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health policy report, leading organizations and media outlets have provided a platform for dialogue and commentary on critical issue on food and nutrition security, which is a national security issue.

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