Just Food Conference: Devita Davison's Keynote Address
[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Devita-Davison-1.mp3"][/audio] Local resistance and renewal are more vital than ever. People are beginning to seek solutions by doing things for themselves—by deciding they are going to create new concepts of economy, new concepts of governance, new concepts of education—and they have the capacity within themselves to do that. We have the capacity to create the world anew.
Just Food Conference: Sunday's Food Talks
The 2017 Just Food Conference opened early on a post-Daylight Savings Sunday morning, but the atmosphere in the Cowin Auditorium at Columbia University's Teachers College was far from sleepy. This year's theme, A Call to Collaboration, recognized the timely need to organize and unite. Right from the start, the audience was united in a call-and-response: "What are we here for?" "Justice!" Listen here for the opening remarks and Sunday morning's series of Food Talks. [playlist images="false" ids="41829,41830,41828,41827,41826,41825"]
Commodity Dairy with Lorraine Lewandrowski
Lorraine Lewandrowski is an advocate for commodity farmers in Upstate New York. This week on The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks calls up Lorraine to talk about dairy in New York, and how the federal milk price system puts New York dairy farmers at a disadvantage.
Just Food Conference 2013: Beatriz Beckford
Tune in for the Just Food Conference 2013 update with Nathaniel Coburn as he speaks with Beatriz Beckford from the Brooklyn Food Coalition about our local food systems and organizations that are coming together to engage communities in food justice and policy change.
Just Food Conference 2013: Elizabeth Henderson
Elizabeth Henderson believes in organic, local produce for all classes! On this Just Food Conference 2013 update, Nathaniel Coburn and Erin Fairbanks are talking with Elizabeth about her farm, Peacework Organic Farm, and the possibilities for food justice through a CSA model.