Artist, Activist, Author and Public Speaker

Keith and the sign

Over 120 people attend the Human Rights Day Event

Human Rights Day Event

The presentation was an wonderful

Keith feeding people in Taos, New Mexico

Over 120 people attend the Human Rights Day event in Taos, New Mexico

Keith feeds the hungry in Africa

Keith picks up bulk dry goods

Helping children in Africa

Keith feeding the children of leppers in Lagos, Nigeria


Many people say Keith's presentation has inspired them to feed the hungry and work for peace and justice. He is funny and optimistic even though he has spent nearly two years in jail for his work with Food Not Bombs. Keith helped start the all volunteer global movement Food Not Bombs in 1980 and he still enjoys feeding the hungry. The Food Not Bombs movement collects food and shares vegetarian meals with the hungry as well as provides food at protests and concerts. There are Food Not Bombs groups all over the world. In each community they not only feed the hungry but they work for solutions to all kinds of problems. Keith is excited to share his storys of working to end poverty and violence in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Food Not Bombs co-founder Keith McHenry volunteers to assist people start Food Not Bombs groups in their community, support the groups that are already active and organize presentations about peace and social justice. Keith also volunteer with Taos Food Not Bombs, and other local community efforts. Please call us at 1-800-884-1136 and invited Keith to share his story about starting Food Not Bombs and all the wonderful things the movement is doing today to improve our world. Your community will be happy they had the oppertunity to attend their presentation.

You can start a Food Not Bombs group in your community.
Keith's new 180 page book provides you with all the information you will need to start a chapter.
"HUNGRY FOR PEACE How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs"

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