Sunday, October 20, 2013

#SaturdaySchool: Food Access and Food Justice

 The latest from Prof. Ragsdale

 Anyone with a basic understanding of our hierarchy of needs realizes we cannot focus on much else if we don’t have our basic physical needs met. Food and food justice is a basic foundation to human rights and positive, progressive human development. Food insecurity, malnutrition, and food worker abuses have ripple effects across the globe — and they have multigenerational consequences. We need sustainable and healthy food systems that serve community needs and respect the rights of food workers. Use the following resources to learn more about food access and food justice.

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