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Race, Inequality, and the Food System: Stories of Oppression, Resilience, and Food Sovereignty among Black Agriculturalists

Abstract

This thesis explores racism in the food system & how Black farmers overcome oppression through self-reliance & food sovereignty

Keywords:

HTC Environmental Studies, Urban agriculture, Racial inequality, Food sovereignty, Resilience

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Presenter email: ml160816@ohio.edu

Status

Undergraduate

Department

Voinovich Environmental Studies

College

Honors Tutorial College

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Scanlan, Steve

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Race, Inequality, and the Food System: Stories of Oppression, Resilience, and Food Sovereignty among Black Agriculturalists

This thesis explores racism in the food system & how Black farmers overcome oppression through self-reliance & food sovereignty