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Perspectives on Food Sovereignty

Perspectives on Food Sovereignty

Have you considered how international food policies shape our food systems at home and abroad? Often times we don’t think that we’re voting with our dollar, but there is a solid connection between food sovereignty and democracy, as explained by food activist, Raj Patel.

Take a moment to understand how you can contribute towards organizing a more democratic global food system.

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