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Josh Sbicca interviewed by Food Sleuth Radio

Did you know that mutual understanding and respect are at the heart of food justice? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Joshua Sbicca, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology at Colorado State University and author of Food Justice Now!: Deepening the Roots of Social Struggle. Sbicca explains the differences […]

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KuoRay Mao and Green Camel Bell’s

Since 2014, Dr. KuoRay Mao has been an official consultant with Green Camel Bell (GCB), a grassroots environmental NGO based in the Gansu province in northwest China. Dr. Mao has been very active in participating in GCB’s community-based activities as a practitioner, innovator, advocator, and ambassador. Many of their activities have been reported on in the […]

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The Journal of Peasant Studies publishes Jessie Luna’s research on intersectional inequalities

Jessie Luna published “The chain of exploitation: intersectional inequalities, capital accumulation, and resistance in Burkina Faso’s cotton sector” in The Journal of Peasant Studies this September. Luna joined CSU’s Department of Sociology in Fall 2018 and specializes in environmental inequality, race, food and agriculture, development, and cultural sociology. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado-Boulder, M.A. from […]

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Josh Sbicca’s new book examines how food is used in social justice efforts

Story by Jeff Dodge. Originally published on SOURCE. CSU faculty member’s new book examines how food is used in social justice efforts Recently the term “food justice” has come to focus almost exclusively on increasing underprivileged groups’ access to culturally appropriate, healthy foods. But a Colorado State University faculty member argues in a new book […]

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Institute for Family Studies interviews Pat Hastings about income inequality findings

Rising Income Inequality Widens the Class Divide in Parenting Practices: An Interview with Orestes Pat Hastings by Alyssa ElHage, originally published on “Rising income inequality is reshaping parenting practices in the United States along class lines,” according to a recent report published in the journal, American Sociological Review. Authors Daniel Schneider, Orestes “Pat” Hastings, and Joe LaBriola used […]

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