Concerning the Unbearable Whiteness of Urban Farming
Keywords:Urban Agriculture, Race, Identity, Strategy, Practitioner Reflection
Based on the author's experience in urban agriculture projects and organizations in the United States, this commentary offers some basic, initial, and practical suggestions for how activists who are white or otherwise of relative privilege can approach "food justice" activism in ways that avoid re-inscribing white supremacy, and can more likely achieve the potential of transformative and multi-racial urban agriculture movements.
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