Food Justice Now!

The United States is a nation of foodies and food activists, many of them progressives, and yet their overwhelming concern for what they consume often hinders their engagement with social justice more broadly. Joshua Sbicca charts a path from food activism to social justice activism that integrates the two and calls on the food-focused to broaden and deepen their commitment to the struggle against structural inequalities both within and beyond the food system. Book sales and signing to follow.