Food Justice: A Primer, edited by Saryta Rodriguez, is a collection of essays by activists, academics, farmers, and others involved in the Food Justice Movement examining food justice and food sovereignty from a variety of angles. These essays range in scope and tone from personal, hands-on experiences to macro-level observations of how communities' ability to both access healthful, justly-produced food and determine for themselves how they are fed can be improved upon, including efforts currently underway toward these ends.
For too long, the Food Justice Movement has been senselessly divided between those who focus on the rights of humans and those who uphold the rights of nonhumans. In truth, the most just and efficient way forward to promote this cause is for these communities to come together and work in solidarity with one another, as myriad individuals and organizations around the world demonstrate with their hard work and careful analysis. This book aims to illustrate why this is necessary while confirming that it is possible, in hopes of inspiring further cooperation and collaboration between seemingly disparate causes under the umbrella of Food Justice.
"Enticed by how personable and delicious this reads. A very timely publication with so many black folk exploring veganism these days, discovering down home cooking can apply to vegan eats too." -Demetrius Bagley, producer of Vegucated and Vegan Mashup
Discover how to put Southern soul into plant-based cooking!
A Southern Girl’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating: Recipes from The Vegan Soul That Won’t Make You Go Broke by Cametria Hill will help guide your transition to plant based eating and vegan living through dozens of Southern infused recipes to satisfy your soul. You’ll find cooking tips, the low down on food alternatives, a jumpstart week of meals for those new to plant-based eating, recipes for kitchen aces, tips for eating out, and much, much more.
If you want to learn how to cook like grandma & ‘nem vegan style, then Cametria’s got your back!
Veganism in an Oppressive World, A Vegans-of-Color Community Project edited by Julia Feliz Brueck is a must read for anyone that wants to become an effective and consistent anti-oppression advocate on behalf of nonhuman animals.
A portion of sales help support the vegan organization Food Empowerment Project.
Also available in both paperback & eBook on Amazon, as well as Powell's Bookstores, Left Bank Books Collective, and via Calgary Vegan.
The Baby and Toddler Vegan Feeding Guide is a to-the-point guide for parents looking to raise their little ones safely on plant-based diets. The guide is filled with evidence-based information and is dietician approved!
Part of sales from this guide help support the vegan organization Chilis on Wheels.