There is a need to drive change by empowering low-income, diverse, immigrant communities to understand they are the face and future of our increasingly diverse country. We can create images of these diverse communities that are lacking in our media and marketing of our health care organizations. And leverage the sale of these to create revenue to address the gaps in food security within our own school. I'm the Deputy Director at the Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital which focuses on finding solutions to address racial and ethnic disparities in health care. One of the biggest challenges we have at our Center is finding images and stock photos of diversity in health care that we can use in our publications. We can empower our children and their families by contributing to more images of people who look like them in the media, particularly in health care where these types of images are so relevant for engaging patients in their care. Someone once asked me whether I thought we would eradicate disparities in the next 50 years. My answer was until we solve problems like unequal access to good education for our children, disparities in health will probably always exist. How can we expect our kids to be successful in school when they go to school hungry? This is one of the root causes of why we see disparities in health care. With this project we can start to make some impact downstream in a thoughtful way that engages children and their families in thinking about social determinants like food security and how that impacts a child's ability to get an education, and providing a way that they can contribute in a meaningful way. We can develop a child’s sense of self by showing them they belong to a caring community through these images, and give them the purpose of helping their fellow students and families who may not have enough to eat. We will empower families at PHA by involving them through an Advisory Board that provides input on design and and approval of the stock images. These stock images will continuously change and evolve as new students and their families enter the school community. The Advisory Board will develop "criteria" for engagement of diverse communities, and consumers or organizations will need to meet these in order to purchase the stock photos. The goal of this criteria is to identify stakeholders who want to truly engage diverse communities and develop a relationship between the school and stakeholders that is sustainable.