Food, Place, and Self: Exploring the Ethics of Eating Local

Written by Emma Lietz Bilecky //  What does it mean to practice justice… through food? The question is a complicated one. Eating well is often an act entangled in a slew of privilege, requiring in the first place basic access to wholesome and healthy food. The economics of industrial agriculture and commodity markets have shaped food … Continue reading Food, Place, and Self: Exploring the Ethics of Eating Local

Reclaiming Our Relationship with Food Through Self-Love

Written by Anna Maria Márquez //  Food is life. Like blood and water, we all need it to survive. Food can also do more than help us survive. Food can bring us joy, connection, nourishment and love. It is a powerful force, but today, so many people are disconnected from these life-giving qualities of food. In … Continue reading Reclaiming Our Relationship with Food Through Self-Love

Theme Overview: Bodies, Earth, and Tables-The Life-Giving Power of Food

As human beings living in overlapping biological, ecological, and economical sectors, our relationships with food are often complicated ones. We eat for physical nourishment as well as for community, and we expend both natural and created resources in order to obtain food. As the following pieces artistically and truthfully show, food and life are inseparable. … Continue reading Theme Overview: Bodies, Earth, and Tables-The Life-Giving Power of Food