How We Live Real is a real-time media round-up of how youth food justice groups across the country are keepin' it real - developing leaders, building community, and taking action.
2012 Real Food Fellow Kyoka Ayers from Bessemer, Alabama recently edited their film, "Boy Times Have Changed" on how hunger and injustice are still realities, even though the times are different:

Berkeley, CA's Farm Fresh Choice crew's recommended reads for 2013, including Blank Panther Party's Huey Newton:
Youth L.E.A.D apprentices are shakin' things up in Miami Florida:

Richmond, CA's Urban Tilth Fall 2012 Urban Agriculture class and growing together at their recent staff retreat

How Added Value's Red Hook Farm in Brooklyn, NY is recovering after Hurricane Sandy ( and how Denia Cuello, a youth program alum and now farm-based educator, is building community resilience for the long-term:

The Food Works crew with Village Gardens and Janus Youth Programs in Portland, Oregon recently retreated this winter to plan their next season:

Vanesa with FEEST Seattle shares us their most recent weekly meal of spring rolls and talking about sugar addition:  On their last meal, Melissa and her grandma describe how to make chicken adobo, a traditional dish:

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