Food Movements Unite! : Strategies to Transform Our Food Systems

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  • Copyright: 11/22/2011
  • Publisher: Perseus Distribution Services

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Table of Contents

Preface: Food Sovereignty: A Struggle for convergence in diversityp. ix
Introduction: Strategies to Transform our Food Systemsp. 1
Farmers, Sustainability and Food Sovereignty
Food Sovereignty: Alliances and Transformationp. 9
People Need Food Sovereigntyp. 21
Without Clarity on Parity, All You Get Is Charityp. 35
Rural Women Create Thriving Food Systems in West Africap. 53
Irrepressibly Toward Food Sovereigntyp. 71
Transforming NGO Roles to Help Make Food Sovereignty a Realityp. 93
Consumers, Labor and Food Justice
Survival Pending Revolution: What the Black Panthers Can Teach the US Food Movementp. 115
Beyond Voting with Your Fork: From Enlightened Eating to Movement Buildingp. 137
Racism and Food Justice: The Case of Oaklandp. 149
Consciousness + Commitment = Changep. 163
The Restaurant Opportunties Centerp. 173
We Eat, We Decidep. 187
Local Foods are Key to Local Economic Recoveryp. 201
Development Climate and Rights
The Transformative Potential of Agroecologyp. 223
Agriculture at a Crossroadsp. 243
Now s the Time to Make it Happen: The UN's Committee on Food Securityp. 257
Food Sovereignty and Climate Justicep. 275
Wmen's Autonomy and Food Sovereigntyp. 293
Transforming our Food System by Transforming our Movementp. 307
Synopsis: Food Movements Unite: Making a New Food System Possiblep. 315
About the Authorsp. 325
Resourcesp. 327
Acronymsp. 336
Glossaryp. 338
More Books from Food Firstp. 344
Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture Can Feed the Worldp. 14
Land Sovereigntyp. 29
African Food Sovereigntyp. 80
Youth and Food Justice: Lessons from the Civil Rights Movementp. 120
Can activists keep the Fairtrade market from undermining the movement that made it?p. 140
Nafta Flup. 166
The Right to Food as a North/South Convergence Strategy: US Experiencep. 224
p. 300
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