Land Justice

 

  “Land Justice: Re-imagining Land, Food, and the Commons in the United States” offers valuable insights from leaders in the food justice and family-farming movements. The book presents farmers, organizers, activists, and scholars who all argue for a deeper focus on land justice issues in the craft food movement and the impact it could have on both the quality of our food and the health of our society. 

Land Justice opens with a historical look at the legacy of white-settler colonialism in the United States, and then sets goals for food and farming advocates to fight for land justice as part of their ongoing struggle for a more equitable and sustainable food system.