Reparations and the American Rescue Plan
When we talk about agriculture in the U.S. there is often an archetypical American farmer that comes to mind. Perhaps they’re in overalls, maybe a cowboy hat, but they’re almost always white. The white farmer trope has become a fixture in America’s invented agricultural past.
HRN Picks: June Monthly Roundup
From Pride Month celebrations to summer cocktails and the cicada craze, June was filled with delicious stories on HRN. This past month also marked a huge wave of re-openings across the United States and Opening Soon takes a look at some success stories. As normal life returns for most Americans, The Big Food Question explores what we can learn from the darkest moments of the pandemic to improve our response to food insecurity.