Tanika Thomson is a Food Access Organizer at Got Green, an organization in Seattle, Washington, which supports people of color to fight for good jobs for youth, food security, and the implementation of participatory processes when dealing with climate change. She became in contact with the World March of Women and developed herself further as a feminist and food security advocate. Having attended the 10th World March of Women International Meeting in Maputo, Mozambique, alongside other two representatives of the United States, Beva Sanchez and Helena Wong, Thomson had the opportunity of exchange experiences about women’s situation all over the world while strengthening her notion of the importance of solidarity worldwide, networking and female leaderships. Photo credit: Grassroots Global Justice Alliance.