Anthony Nicome | Civil Eats


Anthony Nicome is a student at Yale University and the Environmental Justice Fellow at the AAMC Center for Health Justice. He is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health & Engineering and previously served as a research assistant with the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, U.B. Food Lab, and Baltimore Food Policy Initiative.

Op-ed: 4 Solutions to Make Urban Ag Policies More Equitable

Ronald White (left) and Willington Rolle work in the Roots in the City urban garden in Miami's Overtown neighborhood on October 21, 2009 in Miami, Florida. The 2-acre lot, which was once a blighted area, features collard greens, citrus trees, papayas, and an assortment of vegetables. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Op-ed: Maryland’s New Governor Has His Sights Set on Ending Food Insecurity

Op-ed: Reconnecting Communities Separated by Freeways Could Fight Food Insecurity

The Claiborne Expressway overpass in the Tremé neighborhood. (Photo CC-licensed by the Congress for the New Urbanism)

Op-ed: To Improve Food Security, It’s Time to Invest in Transportation Infrastructure

a senior couple waits for public transportation to take them grocery shopping