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Food movement news and analysis from The Nation
July 7, 2021
The Art of the Meal
Sharing recipes and dinner-plate photos was a balm for isolation, and a reminder that magic is made in breaking bread together.
June 17, 2020
Food for Hard Times and Pleasure—Kimchee Out of Anything
Scenes from a pandemic: 12
April 22, 2020
‘We Were Asking Ourselves, How Can We Support Black Farmers?’
Scenes from a pandemic: 4
May 25, 2018
What if School Lunch Programs Promoted Public Health, Good Jobs, and the Environment?
From LA to Cook County, local governments are using their purchasing power to transform the food system.
October 26, 2017
Is Trump Crazy? Would Pence Be Worse?
Jane Mayer on Pence, Amy Wilentz on Trump, plus Raj Patel on the problem with cheap food.
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December 27, 2016
The Industry Where Black Women Earn 42 Cents for Every Dollar Earned by a White Man
Organizing within the food-supply chain is only going to get more important under a Trump presidency.
October 10, 2016
There’s a Nationwide Boycott of Wendy’s Underway
Organizers want the fast-food giant to agree to worker-friendly supply-chain practices.
May 6, 2016
This Former Fisherman Is Now Farming the Most Sustainable Food on Earth—Underwater
“For the first time in generations, we have an opportunity to grow food the right way, provide good middle-class jobs, restore ecosystems, and feed the planet.”
November 18, 2015
In New York, Farmworkers Rally for 1 Cent of Dignity
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers
has won battles with
, Subway, Chipotle, and Taco Bell. Is Wendy’s next?
September 30, 2015
How Did New Orleans’s Vietnamese Americans Recover After Katrina?
The community’s success is a model for solidarity across race and class in the face of natural disaster and political disenfranchisement.