Detroit People's Food Co-op

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Co-Op Grocery Stores Expand Their Mission to Equity and Food Justice

As the country faces unprecedented labor and social upheaval, grocery co-ops are embracing deeper approaches to addressing systemic racism.

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The Blacker the Berry: Black Farming Leaders in Detroit Show Others the Way

Black farmers and green thumb-led organizations in Detroit are paving the way for others interested in enriching their souls by putting in that needed soil work to till the earth.  

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Black-Led Detroit Food Co-Op Now Accepting Members

A planned Black-led food co-op that says it will be the only such grocer in the Midwest is seeking members to help shape its development.

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Detroit People’s Food Co-Op Coming Soon!

The Detroit People’s Food Co-op (DPFC) is an African American led, member-owned grocery cooperative, which will be located in the historic North End at 8324 Woodward Avenue.

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A Black-Led Food Co-op Grows in Detroit

The Detroit People’s Food Co-op will control food production and dissemination to bring good food and wages to an underserved community.

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New Donations to Black-Led Food and Land Groups Aim for True Reparations

Last December, nonprofit executive director Malik Yakini received an unexpected call. The caller, a woman who resides in California, said she wanted to direct a sizeable portion of her inheritance to his organization, the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network.

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