How We Eat
DIG IN DEEPER WITH THE FOOD JUSTICE RESEARCH OF COLORLINES.COM'S PUBLISHER, THE APPLIED RESEARCH CENTER.
by Julianne Hing on July 11 2013, 4:16PM
Six farmers markets serve all of South L.A., while West L.A.’s got 16.
by Julianne Hing on April 26 2013, 6:00AM
The U.S. will be “majority-minority” in a few decades, but in the City of Angels the future is now. In fact, you can literally taste it.
by Rinku Sen on February 11 2013, 9:31AM
If you love food, and if you love people, Saru Jayaraman’s new book new book wants you to help ensure the sustainability of both by taking a look into restaurant workers’ lives.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on September 12 2012, 9:51AM
LaDonna Redmond thinks that more communities should be more involved in what they eat, and where their food comes from.
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by Hatty Lee on September 7 2012, 10:00AM
A new generation of Asian American chefs are adding flare to traditional food.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on July 13 2012, 8:56AM
A former warehouse worker and a slow food advocate who’s father washed dishes for 19 years discuss how their twin movements for healthy food and fair jobs can restore humanity to the food system.
by Rinku Sen on July 10 2012, 1:02PM
In a new report, Colorlines’ publisher asks: What could happen if the people who work to ensure good eating and those who fight for labor rights were to strategize together, and move projects that address both concerns?
by Julianne Hing on March 2 2012, 9:04AM
Why don’t more people have access to healthy food? In a new book, journalist Tracie McMillian looks beyond fast food restaurants to untangle a web that’s proven deadly for people living in poverty.
by Julianne Hing on January 26 2012, 9:00AM
The revolution begins at people’s kitchen tables.
by Rinku Sen on December 1 2011, 9:59AM
Noticing that all the bussers in your favorite restaurant are Latino and all the waiters white? And that black people are nowhere to be found—unless you’re grabbing fast food? It’s not a coincidence. And now there’s a guide for
by Julianne Hing on November 23 2011, 9:50AM
Now’s a good time to show some gratitude to the country’s food workers.
by Joseph Jung on October 27 2011, 9:45AM
Efforts to get affordable healthy foods into deprived communities are finally spreading around the country. Unfortunately, legislators have focused on courting corporate supermarkets rather than supporting local alternatives that would be truly healthy.
by Rae Gomes on June 22 2011, 10:17AM
Food revolutionaries in immigrant neighborhoods want to reclaim the healthy foods of their ancestors. They just have to find the ingredients.
by Juell Stewart on March 4 2011, 10:00AM
If she really wants to alter the food landscape, it’s not only smart but essential, writes Juell Stewart. Change starts with giving consumers good choices.
Too bad there’s no late pass for student health.
Topics: How We Eat