2019 | documentary, 20 min.

In the world’s wealthiest country, access to healthy food should be a basic human right, one shared by all. Lack of access to food with nutritional value, is an endemic problem across our country. In Baltimore City, many neighborhoods offer little in the way of decent choices for residents. This film attempts to raise awareness through the stories of people trying to make a difference and reclaim their right to healthy food.

Director / Producer:  Emily Stubb

Editing:  Emily Stubb and Zack Martin
Director of Photography:  Rebecca van der Mulen and Stephen Nunley
Animation:  Zack Martin
Original Music:  Anthony Francis


Anthony Francis  - Founder,  Baltimore Coalition for Positive Change
Eric Jackson  - Founder,  The Black Yield Institute
Councilman John Bullock  - Baltimore City Council Member,  Representing the 9th District
Caitlin Misiaszek  - Project Officer,  Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
Major Gene Hogg  - The Salvation Army Central Area Commander,  DMG Foods
Southwest Baltimore Charter School

Selected Screenings/Festivals:

Maryland Film Festival

Global Impact Film Festival

Baltimore City Fair Housing Film Festival

McCormick Flavor Solutions

Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

WTCI Youth Diplomats Sustainability Food & Water Scarcity Workshop

World Trade Center Institute’s AGILE Innovation Series: Global Innovations in Protecting the World’s Food Supply

University of Maryland

Goucher College

MICA Place


Washington Waldorf School

Gensler Architecture

Mahan Rykiel: Landscape Architecture