"Food Justice is an intersectional field of activism that draws heavily from the narratives around labor, race, indigeneity, poverty, sustainability, and animal rights. As a result, it doesn't often see front and center attention. But the particular perspective food justice asks us to consider is the narrative behind how what we eat gets to the table, and how injustice plays into that story. The books on this display cover a range of topics, but they all provide insight into the food related struggle or teach the reader how they can play a part in a just and healthy food system for all. From cookbook to essay there is something for everyone to express about food, and everything from personal story to education is valuable in progressing towards to fair access to this universal human right." — Bookseller Wolky S.
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