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Check Engine (Feat. Chardi-Obvs, SavvyB and Tiki Mugz)

On this episode Dave and Nastassia are joined by special guests Kat Johnson and Josh Seaburg.

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A Game of Chicken

On this episode of Eating Matters, we talk about the Farmer Fair Practices Rules (aka the GIPSA Rules) which, as wonky as it may sound, offers a fascinating look into the surprising proce...

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The Color in Farming at Slow Food Nations 2017

Professor Angela Harris of UC Davis School of Law joins longtime civil rights activist, farmer and Terra Madre delegate Jim Embry in an exploration of the history of American agriculture ...

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The Biggest Discrimination Case in Ag History

This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler and guest co-host Talia Ralph are on the line with Anurag Varma, attorney at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP who has been an instrumen...

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USDA & Discrimination

In 1997 a class action lawsuit was filed against the US Department of Agriculture. Tune in to learn why the federal agency was sued. By Janelle A. Hobson  

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Lee Rinehart of Pennsylvania Certified Organics

Lee Rinehart has been Pennsylvania Certified Organic's Director of Education and Outreach since the summer of 2011, where he is responsible for educational programs and project developmen...

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What's Wrong with Tipping?

Is the restaurant tipping model outdated? Tune into this special segment to hear HRN's Sari Kamin discuss the issues surrounding tipping with a variety of restaurant professionals includi...

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Thoughts on a Radish

The Summer of Food series continues with the Shifting Gears Gals, who are here to talk to us with their latest episode titled, "Thoughts on a Radish." Talking with Suzanne Babb, the Capac...

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The Federation of Southern Cooperatives

This week on The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks is talking with Mircha King of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives about the Pigford case- a class action lawsuit alleging racial discrimi...