Snowday food truck is hitting the streets of New York, serving food in an effort to promote social justice.
It is the first social justice food truck concept by Drive Change, whose mission is to use the food truck workplace to run a one-year fellowship for young people returning home from jail or prison.
The truck was started by Jordyn Lexton, who teamed up with Roy Waterman. As director of the program, Waterman hires recently incarcerated youth ages 18 to 25. Since its start in 2014, Roy has hired more than 20 young adults returning home.
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