Youth and parents of color across the nation are growing the movement for health and wellness in our communities. To improve school and community health, we must return to our roots. Traditional foods and methods of growing were affordable and sustainable before the corporate control of our food and agriculture systems. Our lack of access to whole foods and healthy spaces is directly related to land removal and institutional racism. Communities of color deserve access to affordable healthy foods and beverages and are working to make those options available in every neighborhood.