Malik Kenyatta Yakini is an activist and educator committed to freedom and justice for African people in particular and humanity in general. He is a founder and the Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, which operates a seven-acre farm in Detroit. DBCFSN also spearheaded efforts to establish the Detroit Food Policy Council, which Yakini chaired from December 2009–May 2012. He served as a member of the Michigan Food Policy Council from 2008–10. He serves on the steering committee of Undoing Racism in the Detroit Food System. From 1990–2011 he served as Executive Director of Nsoroma Institute Public School Academy, one of Detroit’s leading African-centered schools. In 2006 he was honored as “Administrator of the Year” by the Michigan Association of Public School Academies. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of Timbuktu Academy of Science and Technology from 2004–11. He is CEO of Black Star Educational Management. Mr. Yakini is dedicated to working to identify and alleviate the impact of racism and white privilege on the food system. He has an intense interest in contributing to the development of an international food sovereignty movement that embraces Black farmers in the Americas, the Caribbean, and Africa. He views the “good food revolution” as part of the larger movement for freedom, justice, and equality. Mr. Yakini is featured in the book Blacks Living Green, and the movie Urban Roots and is currently an Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Food and Community Fellow.