Panel: Community-Guided Food Systems: When it Happens and When it Doesn't
Day 1, Morning Session 2, 10:30 am - 12:10 pm, BMH 119
(Theme: The Food System: Access, Availability, and Utilization)
- “Our Children Know Who They are Because They Smell the Water and Taste the Food: Shinnecock People’s Worldviews of Home, Resilience, and Health in a Peri-Urban Food Wilderness,” Preety Gadhoke, St. John's University, Josephine Smith, Jerrod Smith, Aiyana Smith-Williams, Cholena Smith-Boyd, & Adrienne Terry, Shinnecock Indian Nation, & Barrett P. Brenton, St. John’s University.
- “Designing and Sustaining Food Waste Interventions: Lessons from Indigenous Environmental Studies and Science, Systems Change, Integral Theory, and Design Thinking,” Danielle Lake, Jody Vogelzang & Amy McFarland, Grand Valley State University
- “Adventures of a Food Waste Wavior: Food Justice, Food Rescue and Whiteness,” Leda Cooks, UMass Amherst