Food Not Bombs groups have often been the main source of food for many during the Pandemic as we share our meals outside. The Santa Cruz chapter will have shared meals everyday for 1000 days in a row on December 11, 2022.
The people of the global are experiencing the chaos of a failed political, economic and social system which calls on our uniting to provide mutual aid.
We also can participate in strikes, blockades and other forms of noncooperation with the institutions of repression. The COVID-19 crisis is being used to consolidate corporate power ushering in a dangerous dystopia.
Renowned environmental activist, Food Not Bombs supporter and author, Vandana Shiva, joined Russel Brand at his first ever live community event in Hay-On-Wye. They spoke about how the mainstream media have framed the Dutch Farmer protests, the hidden land grab agenda and how data is not the highest evidence for living, a good healthy body is!
Food Not Bombs is responding to the global food emergency. If you can, please consider donating today at the following link:
The California Homeless Statewide Union Convention
OUR 42 YEAR HISTORY The all volunteer Food Not Bombs movement shares food in nearly 1,000 communities in at least 65 countries. Food Not Bombs was formed by eight young anti-nuclear activist at the May 24, 1980, Occupation Attempt of the Seabrook Nuclear Power Station. Food Not Bombs is dedicated sharing vegan food and does not serve meat or other animal products as a way to avoid complicity with the exploitation of the workers and the cruel and violent conditions of the animal agriculture industry and to reduce our impact on the climate crisis.
Food Not Bombs has provided food and material relief to the survivors of the Loma Prieta Earthquake in San Francisco and Northridge Earthquake in San Fernando Valley, Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy as well as Typhoon Yolanda, the Christmas Tsunami, the 2019 floods in Thaton, Myanmar and many other disasters during its 42-year history.
The volunteers of Food Not Bombs have been recognized as Prisoners of Conscience by Amnesty International, who called for their unconditional release if arrested for sharing food with the hungry.
Food Not Bombs fed thousands of activists at Reagan Ranch in Boston, the June 12, 1982 March for Nuclear Disarmament in New York City, The Nevada Desert Experience at the Nevada Nuclear Weapons Test Site, the 27-day Tent City protest in San Francisco in 1989, Redwood Summer in Northern California, The West Bank Peace Camp at Mas'ha Palestine, Camp Casey in Crawford, Texas, Occupy Wall Street, protests against Exercise Talisman Saber in Australia, a 600-day farmer's occupation in Bosnia and Herzegovina Square in Sarajevo, World Trade Organization (WTO) protests in Seattle, Genoa, and Cancun, the 100-day Orange Revolution occupation in Kiev, Ukraine, the 2001 Meeting of the European Council in Gothenburg, Sweden and hundreds of other protests.
Food Not Bombs activist initiated Bikes Not Bombs, Food Not Lawns, Homes Not Jails, Indymedia, Really Really Free Markets, October 22nd No Police Brutality Day, the Free Radio movement and many other DIY initiatives. The 40th anniversary celebration intends to inspire the public to join us in our work to end hate, war, poverty and the destruction of the environment.