Summary: Decolonizing Food Justice

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In the Journal “Decolonizing Food Justice: Naming, Resisting and Researching Colonizing Forces in the Movement” the author Katharine Bradley and Hank Herrera talks about how there's this disconnect of diversity in food justice and how food is being distributed. Activists on this topic speak about how based on your race and class is how you are accessing to these healthier options of food in the United States. There is this group called Community Food Security Coalition (CFSC), that is, a group to work on the gap of how certain demographics are receiving food. Moreover, it is a network of activist that work with low-income communities, and ultimately are standing for food justice. The food movement is really connected and is in a lot of ways
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