All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘oregon’

  • A New Dawn

    On an early Saturday morning, along with a group from Slow Food Portland, I drove down the familiar I-5 corridor to visit a large, local community that few Oregonians have ever considered. It is a community in which 7 languages are regularly spoken, and where [...]

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  • A Place to Call Home

    Photo courtesy of David Bacon Last year at Slow Food Nation, some of the most deeply affecting moments came during the panel on farmworker justice, “A New, Fair Food System.” Moderated by Eric Schlosser, the session brought together members of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, [...]

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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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