Over the past three years, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted existing inequities—and exacerbated them. In response, mutual aid groups and
For Jazmin Williams, who runs the Burien-based doula support agency BLKBRY, organizing community screenings of “Wakanda Forever” felt like an extension
“Founded in 2020, amid the pandemic, Alimentando al Pueblo is the first Latine food bank in the region, serving about
Roxana Pardo Garcia and her partners founded Alimentando al Pueblo, a Latinx-specific food bank, to support the Latinx community and
WithinReach hosted a free, weeklong virtual event series called Food Access is Community Care from Feb. 7-11, 2022. Over the
Latinx communities are disproportionately affected by COVID, other serious illnesses, and poverty. As racism continues to be a public health
It’s 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the food bank at Alimentando al Pueblo is as busy as ever. People
By Nurhaliza Mohamath This article is part of the Road Map Youth Storytellers Project. Learn more here.