MFB&CC is a non-partisan, anti-racist, LGBTQ2S + ally organization
Anti-Racism Task Force
The Anti-Racism Task force engages at the invitation of the community to address the reasons why people come through our doors. Exploring the intersectional identities that we all hold, members of the Anti-Racism task force put people before politics to get to the root of barriers to food access.
What we have done:
- Documentary Screening at the Roxy Theater of “Who We Are; A Chronicle of Racism in America”
What we are doing:
- Equity speakers for Local Businesses
- Planning boards
Where are we going?
- Equity Review for Missoula Food Bank & Community Center
Systemic Inequities 2
While BIPOC Missoulians account for 11.6% of the population, they are disproportionately represented in our services at 19.3%