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Margaret Nyamumbo: Kahawa 1893 Coffee

Join us for a conversation with Margaret Nyamumbo, founder of Kahawa 1893. Margaret is a third generation coffee farmer and grew up on a farm in Kenya before immigrating to the USA. ...

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When the Rainbows Bring the Crawfish

This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies  hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Paula Johnson.

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Mary Beth White- "Dry Ice"

Hello friends. This week we welcome our dear friend, Mary Beth White.

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Horas Extras

Hay dos versiones de esta historia, una en inglés y una en español. You can find the english version in the Meat and Three episode on unions. 

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Labor Organizing: The Fight for Better Conditions in Food

In honor of May Day (celebrated world-wide on May 1st), we bring you four stories about workers organizing and unionizing around the country. First, we’ll start in our own backyard: New Y...

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Trading Futures: Borders, Automation, the Dark Web, and the New Silk Road

It’s the final episode of our series on global trade, and we’ve got our eyes set on the future.

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Where is OSHA in meatpacking?

Tom Philpott of Mother Jones discusses his recent story about Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and how he has steered the industry away from safety for workers.

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Where is OSHA in meatpacking?

Tom Philpott of Mother Jones discusses his recent story about Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and how he has steered the industry away from safety for workers.