Black Lives and Black Food Futures
This chapter summarizes the main arguments of the book, reprises the usefulness of centering the narratives of everday residents, and explores the limits of self-reliance through a reflection on the death of a research participant. This chapter also connects Deanwood to a larger food justice agenda by discussing the role of organizations in the pursuit of an equitable, justice food system.
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