Mapping food insecurity for advocating policy change

Build Baton Rouge
NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management & Georgetown (Co-City)



Economic Recovery, Equity, Resilience, Policy Change,

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NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management & Georgetown (Co-City)

Partnership Description

Build Baton Rouge along with the numerous public, private and non-profit organizations in the Baton Rouge Food Insecurity Coalition will be working with collaborators Manny Patole (Co-City Fellow and Project Manager) at the Marron Institute of Urban Management, Sheila Foster (Professor of Urban Law and Policy and Co-Director of LabGov) at Georgetown University, and Clayton Gillette (Professor of Contract Law and Director of NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management). This comprehensive team is looking to map the current food ecosystem for the various stakeholders in Baton Rouge, conduct a gap analysis study, and identify policy impacts and implications. This will be a sub-project of a larger multi-faceted effort by the team. Learn more here:



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