A look at how the coffee industry is taking a stand against racism and injustice, including through the formation of the Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity, which launched last month.
Despite the prevalence of Afro-Latinos in the Western Hemisphere, their stories, particularly in coffee, have gone largely ignored. It’s essential that we take a moment to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions of Afro-Latinos in the industry because without them, coffee would not exist as we know it today.
The Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity (CCRE) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to build greater racial diversity and equity in the U.S. coffee industry.
Seattle Coffee Gear is partnering with Getchusomegear to direct $50,000 toward marginalized communities.
Green coffee importer Genuine Origin is expanding its La Morena program to women artisans in Guatemala to promote gender equity in the industry.
For all their many benefits, trade shows can be difficult for attendees and organizers alike.
Employees of Bay Area-based Tartine Bakery moved to unionize last week.
Mark your calendars! Barista Behind the Bar is hosting a one-day event on Monday, March 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Black Rabbit Service Co. in Portland, Oregon.
Understanding why 2019 was dominated by barista activism—and what’s next.
From another walkout to a new barista-support organization, here are the latest updates to the rise of activism in the U.S. coffee community.