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Maya Kutz: Urban Ag and Mutual Aid

What’s it like, farming on a roof next to a jail in Brooklyn during a pandemic? How have urban farms responded to the pandemic?

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Zoe Adjonyoh: Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

Join us for a conversation with Zoe Adjonyoh, chef, author and food justice activist from London.

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Cultivating Connection Amid COVID-19

Today, personal connection is more important than ever, as we’re having to physically distance ourselves from one another. We’re all trying our best to stay connected, and this week we’re...

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The Everyone Store

Tucked away in one of the furthest corners of Bushwick, an unusual grocery store has quietly been pioneering access to healthy, high quality food in the neighborhood for nearly a decade. ...

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Slow Food

We're back from Slow Food Nations – a festival of flavor, culture and exploration organized by Slow Food USA.

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Slow Food – Coming Soon

We’re fresh off our trip to Slow Food Nations in Denver – a festival that brought together advocates to discuss the future of food.

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Ora Wise

Ora Wise’s professional journey has taken her from community organizer to food politics blogger to Brooklyn chef, and she’s always pushing to do more. Choose your battles, embrace your im...

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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 ...