By Nevin Cohen,Kristin Reynolds,Nik Heynen,Mathew Coleman,Sapana Doshi
Through in-depth interviews and public boards with a few of big apple CityÆs such a lot admired city agriculture activists and supporters, Kristin Reynolds and Nevin Cohen illustrate how a few city farmers and gardeners not just develop fit nutrition for his or her groups but in addition use their actions and areas to disrupt the dynamics of energy and privilege that perpetuate inequity. Addressing an important hole within the city agriculture literature, Beyond the Kale prioritizes the voices of individuals of colour and womenùactivists and leaders whose recommendations have frequently been underrepresented in the city agriculture movementùand it examines the jobs of scholarship in advancing social justice initiatives.
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Beyond the Kale: Urban Agriculture and Social Justice Activism in New York City (Geographies of Justice and Social Transformation Ser.) by Nevin Cohen,Kristin Reynolds,Nik Heynen,Mathew Coleman,Sapana Doshi