Panel: Shifting Earth: Ecology, Labor, and Food Justice

Day 1, Morning Session II, 10:30 am - 12:10 pm, BMH 117

(Theme: The Politics of Food System Change)

  1. “It Is Legal, but Is It Right?  Hired Child Farm Labor in the United States,” Sara Quandt, Taylor J. Arnold, Dana C. Mora, Joanne C. Sandberg, Stephanie S. Daniel & Thomas A. Arcury, Wake Forest School of Medicine
  2. “Labor and the Problem of Herbicide Resistance: How Immigration Policies in the U.S. and Canada Shape the Future of a Mechanical Solution,” Samuel Mindes, Michigan State University & Katherine Dentzman, Washington State University
  3. “An Injury to One is an Injury to All: Fast Food Workers Building Solidarity at the Intersection of Economic, Reproductive, and Environmental Justice,” Amy Coplen, Portland State University
  4. “The Social Organization of Cuban Agroecology,” Hanna Goldberg, Syracuse University
  5. “Palm Oil, Food Insecurity, and Land in Colombia: A Literature Review,” Camila Ferguson-Sierra, Syracuse University.