Best foodjustice podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Bioneers: Food Justice
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These powerful videos show ingenious approaches for a “Fair Food” system for people in an ecologically restorative system. Food justice means access to healthy, fresh and sustainably grown food as a human right, including strong local food systems and economic democracy. It recognizes healthy, affordable food as a solution to the public health crisis. These food justice visionaries are regenerating the land for future generations, building resilience and care. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted ...
 
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Real Food Real Talk
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New Shows, new format, coming Summer 2015! Real Food Real Talk was born out of countless conversations between Ray and Jacqueline revolving around their love of food and all that goes along with it. From gardening and sustainability, to food justice and natural food products, their interests and tastes range the full spectrum of the food world. Based in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, the show focuses on local issues, businesses, and puts you in touch with the food stories of the day. ...
 
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DIGEST - Food News in 10min or less
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Ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of articles in your newfeed? Want to stay informed about the important food stories of the day? We got you. Jaq Gleason will run down & analyze the top stories each week so you can digest them in 10 minutes or less. --- A Real food Real Talk Podcast
 
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Farmer's markets were designed to bring farm fresh products closer to customers - but only if you live in certain neighborhoods or areas. Karyn Moskowitz is the founder of New Roots, Inc., a food justice organization that wants everyone in Louisville - and beyond - to have access to fresh foods. That's why they started Fresh Stops in food insec ...…
 
Growing Gardens works to cultivate healthy communities by encouraging people to grow their own food. On this episode, we talk with Jason Skipton, the executive director of Growing Gardens, about the goals of the organization, food justice, and their upcoming fundraising ser...
 
What can we do to help those in food deserts? How can we address food insecurity and inequality? Pam Hess, the Executive director of Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture, discusses what we can do as individuals and organizations to make whole, real foods available in cities and rural areas where choices are limited. She discusses ...…
 
In this episode, we're going to talk about fueling a lifelong love affair with your customers and employees with our guest, Tara-Nicholle Nelson. She is the former vice president of marketing for 'MyFitnessPal,' where she led a team that grew the platform to over 100 million customers. She has been featured in 'The New York Times' and was recen ...…
 
In this episode, we're going to talk about fueling a lifelong love affair with your customers and employees with our guest, Tara-Nicholle Nelson. She is the former vice president of marketing for 'MyFitnessPal,' where she led a team that grew the platform to over 100 million customers. She has been featured in 'The New York Times' and was recen ...…
 
Do You Have Any Questions About Being or Becoming Vegan? Maybe you have some questions around the sustainability of the way we farm and produce food and how it impacts the earth. If you do then today’s interview is just for you. A few backs back I was lucky enough to interview Lierre Keith who is the author of a book called The Vegetarian Myth. ...…
 
Solecast 44 is with rapper, poet and long time organizer Mic Crenshaw. The conversation begins with him talking about his friend Micah Fletcher whose throat was slit in a recent white supremacist attack in PDX where 2 people were killed. We discuss the importance of food justice, community defense and long term infrastructure projects. Mike tal ...…
 
May 18, 2017 – Segment 3 We broadcast a special 2015 episode of our series about our food and our world, Sound Bites: The Baltimore Uprising and Food Sovereignty. Our panel of guests examines the connection between food insecurity in Baltimore and what has come to be known as the Baltimore Uprising, the demonstrations and violence that occurred ...…
 
May 18, 2017 – Segment 3 We broadcast a special 2015 episode of our series about our food and our world, Sound Bites: The Baltimore Uprising and Food Sovereignty. Our panel of guests examines the connection between food insecurity in Baltimore and what has come to be known as the Baltimore Uprising, the demonstrations and violence that occurred ...…
 
Veteran labor activist Dolores Huerta joins food journalist Rose Hayden-Smith and others for an animated discussion on why food insecurity still exists in many communities and what is being done to increase access to healthy, organic food. Farmers, healthcare providers and urban planners bring their insights to this conversation as they share s ...…
 
If any University has the right to the claim "Mothership" of sustainable and Organic food production, it is the University of California at Santa Cruz. For the past FIFTY (50) years trainees and students have come to Santa Cruz from all over the world for inspiration and to learn sustainable farming and gardening skills. It started in 1967 with ...…
 
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The Clever Cookstr's Quick and Dirty Tips from the World's Best Cooks
 
The Clever Cookstr is joined today by Kathy Soll and Josh Serrano from Teens for Food Justice, an organization galvanizing a youth-led food justice movement. TFJ not only trains youth in urban farming and nutrition and health outreach, they’re also tackling issues of food insecurity in New York City through urban farming and peer mentorship.…
 
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The Marc Steiner Show
 
May 8, 2017 – Segment 3 We hosted my conversation with Denzel Mitchell and Kalima Young on Black people and Black superheroes in the Marvel Universe, in light of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ new comic book release Black Panther and the Crew. Denzel Mitchell is a farmer, educator, and food justice advocate. Kalima Young is a Lecturer in Electronic Media an ...…
 
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The Marc Steiner Show
 
May 8, 2017 – Segment 3 We hosted my conversation with Denzel Mitchell and Kalima Young on Black people and Black superheroes in the Marvel Universe, in light of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ new comic book release Black Panther and the Crew. Denzel Mitchell is a farmer, educator, and food justice advocate. Kalima Young is a Lecturer in Electronic Media an ...…
 
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Wanda's Picks
 
1. Safiya Fredericks, a Richmond native, most known for her work in IndepenDeandre Evans, playwright and Safiya Fredericks, director, join us to talk about a new play opening this weekend, May 6-7, 6-8 p.m., Richmond Renaissance at El Cerrito High School. Evans acted in four theatrical productions over the last three years: “Te’s Harmony,” “Po’ ...…
 
May 3, 2017 – Segment 1 We had a conversation about the new comic book Black Panther and the Crew #1, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates. I talked with Denzel Mitchell and Kalima Young, who discussed Black people and Black superheroes in the Marvel Universe. Denzel Mitchell is a farmer, educator, and food justice advocate. Kalima Young is a Lecturer i ...…
 
May 3, 2017 – Segment 1 We had a conversation about the new comic book Black Panther and the Crew #1, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates. I talked with Denzel Mitchell and Kalima Young, who discussed Black people and Black superheroes in the Marvel Universe. Denzel Mitchell is a farmer, educator, and food justice advocate. Kalima Young is a Lecturer i ...…
 
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Wit Wisdom and Food Podcast
 
Flanner House in Indianapolis has a long tradition in Indianapolis. Some new faces, including today’s guest, Food Justice Coordinator Mat Davis, are adding to that legacy. For over 100 years Flanner House has been serving the community on the Westside of Indianapolis. This summer they are bringing back a garden program that will be connected... ...…
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
 
PART 1 Live interview, Geeking out on whole grains with Whole G bread bakery owners Andrea Corazzini and Kiara Matos who share their journey from Venezuela to New Haven, CT and in a relatively short amount of time have built up a successful bakery and two cafes featuring whole grain breads inspired by German baking traditions. It is clear from ...…
 
Live interview with Whole G bread bakery owners Andrea Corazzini and Kiara Matos who share their journey from Venezuela to New Haven, CT and in a relatively short amount of time have built up a successful bakery and two cafes featuring whole grain breads inspired by German baking traditions. It is clear from the food they make and the beauty of ...…
 
Bren Smith, owner of Thimble Island Ocean Farm and Executive Director of GreenWave When I heard Bren Smith present at Bioneers 2016 last October, I literally jumped up from my seat to get to the line forming of people who wanted to talk to Bren. My mission? Get him on the MGW show. He is AMAZING, fun, funny, inspiring and brilliant. A lifelong ...…
 
Sponsor: Taproot Magazine, is a quarterly print magazine full of delightful stories and photos written by and for people living fuller and digging deeper. Each issue is created around a subtle theme, featuring amazing recipes, crafts, and tales, all with the intention of inspiring people who are interested in deepening their connections to thei ...…
 
James Beard Award-Winner Mary Sue Milliken and former hedge fund trader-turned-social entrepreneur Sam Polk lay out their plans to revolutionize and repair the the production, processing, transport, and consumption of food to bring about food justice: Available, Affordable, Nutritious Food for All.
 
This episode we interview two guests working for food justice. Ruhel Islam and Claire Baglien work together on the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden. We discuss the ability of food to bring people together, the challenges of urban gardening, the idea of a caste system in food and the practice of regenerative agriculture.Some links mentioned in the ...…
 
This episode we interview two guests working for food justice. Ruhel Islam and Claire Baglien work together on the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden. We discuss the ability of food to bring people together, the challenges of urban gardening, the idea of a caste system in food and the practice of regenerative agriculture. Some links mentioned in th ...…
 
Sisters Leah & Naima Penniman, (w/ S.T.I.T.C.H.E.D. story project installation behind them) - at the Ending Racism: A toolkit for the Spiritual Activists Workshop they led recently at the Deeper Change Forum in New Haven, CT Sisters Leah and Naima Penniman are powerful leaders in the movement for environmental justice and racial, economic and g ...…
 
I know you are going to love this guest from Black Swan Organics and Grow Ohio Valley, a nonprofit organization working to improve food justice in Appalachia. Grow Ohio Valley is working to fashion a new economic landscape, one offering increased prosperity, improved health and a better environment.What a great guest to follow up after Jean-Mar ...…
 
Joe interviews the godfather of urban farming in Chicago: agriculture activist and philosopher Ken Dunn of City Farm and the Resource Center. They crammed into the front seat of a delivery truck to discuss Ken's Mennonite roots, his stint in the Brazilian Amazon, and his PhD studies at the University of Chicago that all led to his own radical a ...…
 
1590 WCGO is the new home for The Mike Nowak Show, Mike and Peggy welcome Robert Nevel from KAM Isaiah Israel and Dr. V. Bala Chaudhary from DePaul University to talk about the 8th Annual MLK Food Justice and Sustainability Weekend.By mike@mikenowak.net (Mike Nowak).
 
In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Andy Bellatti, MS, RD about food politics, responsibility and education. Andy is a Las Vegas-based dietitian and health coach with a plant-centric, whole-food focus. He takes an interest in food politics, deceptive food marketing, and food justice. Andy’s work has been published in Grist, ...…
 
At a global level, the people who produce most of the world’s food – smallholder farmers – are also the people who suffer the most food and nutrition insecurity. Why is this so? And what needs to happen to make smallholder agriculture more nutrition-sensitive? In this seminar, three University of Sydney experts from different areas – public hea ...…
 
Lives versus Livelihoods? fumigants, farmworkers, and biopolitics in California’s strawberry industry23 November, 2015There’s been great debate over the years about pesticide use in the production of our fruit and veggies. California’s lucrative strawberry industry has been a clear example of where there have been regulatory battles over the us ...…
 
In recent years, we have seen an explosion in the number of community organisations that orient themselves around the production and distribution of food. These food justice groups often focus on improving the availability and quality of food in urban environments, on reducing food waste, and on building local economies. How, though, does the “ ...…
 
Powerful conversations with amazing and powerful people!In this eleventh episode of Keep Your Head Up, I have a conversation with Mint Herd, a food activist who works with Hartford Food Systems and Food Not Bombs. We discuss food justice, food activism, and the importance of food (and food systems) in the overall social justice picture. We even ...…
 
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Wanda's Picks
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on socie ...…
 
This month, we’re back with the fourth episode of Put a Fork In It! The podcast dishing up fresh perspectives at the intersection of food, health, business and creativity! This month’s featured guest is Benjamin Giardullo, a Hudson Valley-based business development consultant and entrepreneur in local agriculture, food systems and community dev ...…
 
In the Farm Stand's first post-election show, the panel assess the challenges faced by the organic community and the food justice movement in the face of the Trump presidency.Special guest: Tara Cook-Litmann talks about the battles ahead.Panel: Guy Beardsley, Bill Duesing, Chris Ferrio and Richard Hill.…
 
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Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities
 
Topic: Food Justice and Self-Empowerment In This Episode: 01:35 Justin Garoutte is introduced. 01:57 Justin describes where the Conejos Land Grant Region is and why it is important. 03:05 Justin tells who predominately lives in the region now. 03:25 Justin shares his background and how he came to have the job that he currently has. 04:36 Justin ...…
 
Chef and activist Bryant Terry gets pragmatic about healthy eating and why access to healthy, affordable food is a social justice issue we all need to understand.
 
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Jiff Martin, an educator with UCONN Extension, talks about new funding to support small farms and urban start-up farming projects. Chelsea Gazillo, who works with the Council of Churches of Greater Bridgeport, talks about her work with urban farmers markets and efforts to promote food justice in CT.Panelists: Guy Beardsly and Bill DuesingHost: ...…
 
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The Yogahealer Podcast l Ayurveda l Yoga l Healthy Foods | Yoga teachers with Cate Stillman
 
Are you an OG? (Organic Gardener). If not, you'll get a fire lit under your butt with Food Justice activist and O.G. DJ Cavem. The Real g's are the real Gardeners. My newest friend DJ Cavem is a food activist, deejay and kale advocate from the ‘hood. He dedicates his work to transforming the minds and health of children and his community using ...…
 
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