November 30, 2008

Edible Action

Edible Action: Food Activism and Alternative Economics
by Sally Miller(Fernwood Publishing, 2008; A Review from Rabble

Edible Action is concerned with two aspects of the relation of food and social change. First, what are the numerous ways in which food has inspired social change? And second, why is food such a successful catalyst for social change? These questions open the door for continued thoughtful practice and reflection. The answers will indicate which key issues are mobilized by food and agriculture, and provide a map for the alternatives that food engages. more

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