• Adding chairs to the table

    The panelists involved in last night’s inaugural food labor event offered us sobering perspectives on agricultural workers, as well as hopeful and heartfelt encouragement to continue advocating about these issues. Food labor is an issue that should be important to all eaters, but it is […]

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  • Food deserts

    As we get ready to launch our series of events on fair food labor, it is important to remember the other aspect of the “fair” commitment in Slow Food’s mission: fair access to food. On Sunday, The Oregonian devoted an article to the disparities between […]

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  • Dear Mr. President…

    Barack Obama may just be the most popular man in America right now. After all, if you were President-Elect, don’t you think that you too would have people lined up for a chance to voice their ideas for the coming administration? Shrewdly, the next President […]

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  • The People Who Feed Us: Local, Small-Farm Labor

    Last week, we mentioned the exciting progress being made in this country to bring about a broader awareness of food issues. But despite the increase in press and the New York Times’ coverage of food politics, food labor (both as a subject and a population) […]

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