For many years, community advocates, researchers and nonprofit groups have studied and written about East Harlem. To make some of this information more readily available to those working to improve East Harlem, the New York City Food Policy Center conducted a search of needs assessments and food studies done in East Harlem over the period 2003 to 2013. We found a total of 19 assessments and food studies conducted by different groups, organizations and academics. Read the summary…
East Harlem is an energetic, historic community with a network of resources for the many people who live, work, shop, eat, and visit El Barrio. Here we have compiled a directory of organizations that are involved in some way with food systems work in our neighborhood. If you or an organization you know is missing from this list, please email us at [email protected] and we’ll include the information.
The entire list of readings assigned for the Spring 2014 East Harlem Research Action Workshop. Learn more about the East Harlem Research Action Workshop.
Learn about this landmark partnership, kicked off as a conference that brought together Hunter College faculty and students and the many individuals and organizations concerned about the future of East Harlem and the well being of its residents.