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  • Writer's pictureAgroecology X

IN THE NEWS: There can be food for us all

"As consumers, we must see ourselves as interdependent with our food security frontliners—farmers and tillers, fisherfolk, and indigenous peoples. The food we eat does not appear out of nowhere, and it is sometimes difficult to remember this when the peasantry is forcibly absent from national conversations, consistently ignored by the government, and brutalized by armed forces. We can be active participants in our food systems by standing with our farmers and fisherfolk, which entails not only buying local produce but also fighting with the them for their right to land, food, aid, and justice."


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