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Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class, and Sustainability (Food, Health, and the Environment) Paperback – October 21, 2011

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Part of: Food, Health, and the Environment (11 Books)

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Editorial Reviews

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The diversity of theoretical and conceptual approaches, subjects, and authors is refreshing. The dimensions of ethnic identity, racism, and white privilege as they affect the access and control of food-producing resources is highlighted and suggests important new directions in theorizing the political ecology of food and agriculture....The blend of academic and activist chapters provides a good mix of theory, strategy, and tactics.

Annals of the Association of American Geographers

The answers to our food system ills are not found simply in opposition to our current food system; community solutions that incorporate racial justice, from production to consumption, are required. I could not agree more. As facilitators of community building, planners have a responsibility to fill in the gaps in representation at the food movement 'table' and understand the history of those coming (or not coming) to such a table. The insights in this book provide a foundation and direction for food system planners.

Jill K. Clark, Journal of Planning Education and Research

Cultivating Food Justice covers important ground previously lacking in food studies and movements, particularly with regard to critical theorizing about race, class, ethnicity, sustainability, and food access, thereby expanding understandings of food justice as both a field of scholarly inquiry and fruitful activism.

American Studies

The case studies and theoretical discussions presented in this volume provide very useful insights for food activists, farmers, consumers, and policy-makers regarding the political, economic, and social processes that have influenced our global food system and its related class and racial injustices.

Rachel S. Madsen, Agriculture and Human Values

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At a time when food politics are omnipresent and as urgent as ever, this collection delivers a stellar cast and bold set of ideas that weigh in on not just intellectually interesting questions, but also some of the most pressing issues facing people in their everyday struggles. It is a must-read for anybody interested in food politics and environmental justice.

Nik Heynen, Department of Geography and Center for Integrative Conservation Research (CICR), University of Georgia

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  • Grade Level : 12 and up
  • Item Weight : 1.2 pounds
  • Paperback : 389 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0262516322
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0262516327
  • Product Dimensions : 8.97 x 6.35 x 0.76 inches
  • Publisher : The MIT Press; 50644th Edition (October 21, 2011)
  • Reading level : 18 and up
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.3 out of 5 stars 23 ratings
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