Part of our Food Justice series!
Detroit People’s Food Co-op Community Engagement Meeting
Thursday January 28, 2016
7700 Second Ave
Detroit People’s Platform Members and supporters please join us to learn more about the plans for the Detroit People’s Food Co-op and how you can become a member/owner.
In keeping with the principle of Ujamaa (cooperative economics) and the definition of a co-op provided by the International Co-operative Alliance, the Detroit People’s Food Co-op will be a community institution that has the following general goals:
To provide access to high-quality, healthy food options for Detroiters, particularly for African-Americans most impacted by
To model community-ownership and generate and circulate wealth in Detroit’s African-American community.
To model community-based food sovereignty and food justice strategies.
To serve as an incubator for start-up community-based food businesses.
To provide jobs for members of our community.
To serve as a community education center for information on health, well-being, justice and resilience.
The member/owner fee is $200. It can be paid in one lump sum, or in six installments ($30 for the first and last month and four $35 payments). We have limited Empowered Assistant Scholarships made available for those who live in the North End neighborhood. You can begin your membership at the community engagement meeting or do so in person at the DBCFSN office. Become an owner today!
For more information and updates on other community engagement meetings, please contact us at:
Detroit Black Community Food Security Network
Detroit, MI 48238
Phone: (313) 345-3663