Panel: Food Justice, Environmental Justice, and Decolonization

Day 2, Afternoon Session II, 3:30 pm - 5:10 pm, BMH 117

(Theme: The Politics of Food System Change)

  1. “CRT as a Lens for Exploring the Role of Community Education for Food System Justice: Implications for Self-Determination in Black Communities,” Robert Bass & Kim Niewolny, Virginia Tech
  2. “Struggling in the Movement: Difficulties of Radical Food Justice Organizations in Neoliberal Contexts,” Hanna Garth & Belinda Ramirez, UC San Diego
  3. “The Desert Shall Blossom as the Rose”: Linking Settler Colonialism, Environmental Racism, and Food Justice Organizing in North Denver,” Erica Zurawski, University of California Santa Cruz
  4. “The Political Ecology of the Local Food Movement of Ann Arbor, Michigan,” Laura Grier, University of Michigan