As time goes on I realize that our food system is both necessary and corrupt. We all need food to live, but the food that is available is hardly causing us to flourish. 417 more words
My friend Charlie Spring is writing a brilliant and hilarious blog-travel-log about her time on a study fellowship in the US. "I’m going to spend the next two months in North America," she writes, "meeting people who I hope can teach me lessons to bring home [to the UK]: about the entrenchment of food aid under austerity welfare conditions, about going beyond the food bank model, about participatory democracy and citizen involvement in food system decision-making and doing. About food justice, and food injustice." Eagerly awaiting each new post, I heartily recommend you follow her writings. Here's just one snippet that will lead you to more.