In 2022, 46% of food policy councils (FPCs) had and 29% were developing racial or social equity criteria to inform their decisions about policy priorities, programs, and advocacy actions. Efforts by FPCs and the Food Policy Networks project to address diversity, equity, and justice in the food system are growing and evolving. Here you will find examples of how food policy councils and the FPN project are approaching equity, as well as select tools and resources for food policy councils to integrate equity into their policy work on food systems. In 2020, the CLF received funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to facilitate a community of learning and practice focused on racial equity, economic justice, and healthy communities, and to strengthen the FPN project’s capacity to support FPCs in this work.