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Is Capitalism a Barrier to Food Justice?

On Mar 8, 2020
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RT @DenverFoodRescu: "We can’t change the food system in isolation from the capitalist system because they are systemically and historically connected." Thoughts on #foodjustice and capitalism from Eric Holt-Giménez captured by @CivilEats https://t.co/KsXAnPUJhZ
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Eric Holt-Giménez argues in his new book that commoning—more than capital—will make the food system work.

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On Mar 8, 2020
@CivilEats shared
RT @DenverFoodRescu: "We can’t change the food system in isolation from the capitalist system because they are systemically and historically connected." Thoughts on #foodjustice and capitalism from Eric Holt-Giménez captured by @CivilEats https://t.co/KsXAnPUJhZ
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Is Capitalism a Barrier to Food Justice?

Eric Holt-Giménez argues in his new book that commoning—more than capital—will make the food system work.

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