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DETROIT BLACK COMMUNITY FOOD SOVEREIGNTY NETWORK

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DBCFSN WELCOMES NEW CO-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

Community leader Malik Yakini steps down as the head of the Detroit Black Community Food Sovereignty Network to welcome Co-Executive Directors Gi'Anna Cheairs and shakara tyler saba. Gi'Anna Cheairs is serving as the Chief Financial Officer and Dr. shakara tyler saba is Director of Fund Development.


Baba Malik made the announcement at the Grand Opening Fundraiser on
May 18, 2024.

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What is
black FOOD Sovereignty?

Black food sovereignty is the right of people of African descent to access healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems. Food sovereignty is, therefore, a holistic, healthy and sustainable approach for communities to address chronic food insecurity.

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