Lockdowns and travel restrictions have shown the fragility of global supply chains. With food systems disrupted worldwide, distribution was thrown into disarray and vulnerable populations were left increasingly at risk, exposing stark inequalities. Across the world at large, food and food suppliers are abundant. But COVID-19 has magnified what we have known for many years – our systems for distribution are inefficient and the economically disempowered survive on razor thin margins. On Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 1:00 p.m. ET, join Washington Post Live for The Future Reset: Global Food Systems, a special program in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation. Leading experts, former executive director of the World Food Programme Ertharin Cousin and the director of the Food & Environment Program at the Union of Concerned Scientist Ricardo Salvador and president and CEO of Heifer International Pierre Ferrari, will come together to discuss how we can create more resilient food systems, as communities, public and private entities innovate, adapt and rise to meet the crisis.