This unit involves teens in a hands-on project that addresses food justice, both globally and in their community. In districts with service learning requirements, this unit champions the belief that each individual has both the ability and responsibility to affect positive social change. Because food touches us all, learners will find relevance in lessons that explore the problem of food from a local, national, and international perspective. Learning activities include experiential simulations of grocery shopping in food deserts, examining photographs of what families eat in the developing world, and investigating school lunches. Following this orientation to food justice issues, a resource packet is provided to support a student-led project, ranging from international to local actions. With extensive student voice and choice, the group will grapple with the challenge of speaking truth to power and the standards of ethical and equitable living.