The Jewish Food Justice Fellowship (JFJF) is made up of seven young individuals from around the U.S. and Israel, working with local food security nonprofits in the North County San Diego region. This past week, KPBS’s A Growing Passion dedicated their entire program to food justice initiatives in San Diego. It also featured JFJF fellow Arielle Golden, who has been placed at the North County Food Policy Council, part of the Alliance for Regional Solutions, and Yasha Magarik, placed at the Community Health Improvement Partners.
Great job Arielle and Yasha!
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