Best foodjustice podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Bioneers: Food Justice
Weekly+
 
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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DIGEST - Food News in 10min or less
Monthly+
 
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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Real Food Real Talk
Monthly
 
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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Focus on Food FM on KPFK 90.7FM | Los Angeles, CA
 
LA’s media voice for urban ecology, food justice, DIY kitchen empowerment, and building community though good food. Archives are at www.instituteofurbanecology.org.
 
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Legally Speaking
Monthly
 
Join CHML's Shiona Thompson and Sandra Magic from the Ford Justice Law Firm every second Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to noon.
 
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Legally Speaking
Monthly
 
Join CHML's Shiona Thompson and Sandra Magic from the Ford Justice Law Firm every second Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to noon.
 
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“Yes, I want to be empathetic to the pain in the world and bring about justice and restoration that’s not just about satisfying the aching of my own soul but that’s actually about living into redemption and reconciliation with all that is living.” — Levi Gardner Founder & Executive Director, Urban Roots Urban Roots is a small urban community fa ...…
 
In this episode, I get to catch up with my longtime tumblr friend, Madeleine Chill. When I say longtime, I mean like, five years of knowing each other's deepest thoughts on the internet and never talking in real life. Major source of queer and self care inspiration over here!Madeleine is currently studying Spanish at the University of Connectic ...…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Andrianna Natsoulas, author of Food Voices: Stories from the People Who Feed Us, describes the principles and pillars of food sovereignty, the consequences of fish and shrimp farming, and how consumers can be advocates for food justice Food VoicesBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Julie Guthman, Ph.D., author: Weighing In: Obesity, Food Justice and the Limits of Capitalism, discusses the complicated roots of American obesity Julie GuthmanBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Ladonna Redmond, Senior Program Associate for Food and Justice, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Food and CommunityBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Garrett Broad, Ph.D., author, More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change, describes the power of media and storytelling in promoting food justice, and the role food programs played in the Black Panther Partys strength. Garrett M. BroadBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Mark Winne, author and food justice activist Mark Winne .comBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Heather Day, co-founder and Director of the Community Alliance for Global Justice, talks about Our Food, Our Right: Recipes for Food Justice, and the basics of food sovereignty CAGJBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
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Rotten Bananas
 
Part 2: Our Bodies In Part 2 of 3, we interview chef, farmer, writer, community organizer, Ysanet Batista, who co-owns a WOC run food cooperative that is committed to food justice and racial equity, Woke Foods.
 
Say “Vegan” and most will answer “No meat. No Dairy. A person who does not eat or use animal products.” The ensuing conversation often includes dietary choices, trendy restaurants and an occasional eye-roll. But for Liz Ross our guest on Collections by Michelle Brown being a vegan goes beyond a dietary choice. Originally from Trinidad, Liz has ...…
 
The Farm Stand panel interviews CT State Senator Marilyn Moore about her work with the CT Food Systems Alliance which works toward regional food justice and sustainability.Panel: Bill Duesing, Guy Beardsly and Richard Hill
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
 
Amelia Sherwood, "being brave breastfeeding" in public, while reading in front of art by Titus Kaphar. Photo credit Rachel Liu Ep. 18 Nurturing All Children Mother, Montessori education enthusiast, and black breastfeeding advocate Amelia Sherwood talks about her passions for supportive community, Montessori educators for social justice, and her ...…
 
This week’s guest has become an iconic presence in our local food movement over the past few years. Michelle Lerach is the founder of the Berry Good Food Foundation and a force to be reckoned with. The BGFF educates, connects, and supports food producers and consumers with the mission of advancing a more thriving and sustainable local food syst ...…
 
June 26, 2017 – Segment 2 We hosted a Local News Roundtable and discussed ways we can combat the violence in Baltimore City other than through increased policing. We dealt with issues of schooling, child care, and the politics of funding in Baltimore. With: farmer, educator, and food justice advocate Denzel Mitchell; former City Councilman Carl ...…
 
June 26, 2017 – Segment 2 We hosted a Local News Roundtable and discussed ways we can combat the violence in Baltimore City other than through increased policing. We dealt with issues of schooling, child care, and the politics of funding in Baltimore. With: farmer, educator, and food justice advocate Denzel Mitchell; former City Councilman Carl ...…
 
June 26, 2017 – Segment 1 We hosted a National News Roundtable, topics to include the Senate’s Health Care Bill. With: farmer, educator, and food justice advocate Denzel Mitchell; Republican grassroots activist Eugene Craig III; and ER Shipp, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Journalist-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Journalism at ...…
 
June 26, 2017 – Segment 1 We hosted a National News Roundtable, topics to include the Senate’s Health Care Bill. With: farmer, educator, and food justice advocate Denzel Mitchell; Republican grassroots activist Eugene Craig III; and ER Shipp, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Journalist-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Journalism at ...…
 
We are witnessing the birth of a new food activism that is both oppositional and collaborative. Dr. Julie Guthman teaches and writes to encourage budding agrarians and the rest of us to pick a battle, take stances, be political work on policy or simply just work on something that looks to be really wrong. Her students at the University of Calif ...…
 
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.Lie ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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American Politics (Video)
 
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 ...…
 
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Public Health (Audio)
 
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 ...…
 
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American Politics (Audio)
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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UC Wellbeing Channel (Video)
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Public Health (Video)
 
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 ...…
 
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Health Policy (Video)
 
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 ...…
 
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UC Wellbeing Channel (Audio)
 
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 ...…
 
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Health Policy (Audio)
 
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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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’ ...…
 
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