Food Not Bombs

Food Not Bombs Tallahassee shares free food every Sunday from 12pm-2pm. The third Sunday of the month we are at Carter Howell Strong Park (between W Georgia St, N Copeland St, W Virginia St, and Dewey St). All other Sundays we are at E. Peck Green Park, 229 W. Park Ave, behind Leroy Collins Library. This includes a hot vegan meal as well as fresh produce, canned goods, toiletries, clothes, and other items, always free.

Food Not Bombs also provides logistic and safety support for protests and demonstrations.

All are welcome to eat and take food, sober or otherwise.  There is no means testing, no information asked or collected, and no prerequisites of any kind.  Food is a right, not a privilege.  We practice solidarity, not charity.

Food Not Bombs has over a thousand autonomous chapters around the world sharing free food with hungry people while protesting war, poverty, racism, and all forms of social injustice.




Animal Liberation and Social Revolution, by Brian Dominick

Cooking up Non-violent Civil-disobedient Direct Action for the Hungry: ‘Food Not Bombs’ and the Resurgence of Radical Democracy in the US by Nik Heynen [behind paywall; email me for the full article for free]

Food Not Bombs: What to Know About the Free Meal Collective, by Elizabeth King

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