Andrianna Natsoulas has been a social, environmental, and food sovereignty activist for over two decades. She has worked at various organizations and served on national and international boards to protect fishing rights, fight trade agreements, and build alliances. Visit www.foodvoices.org for Natsoulas’ recent book, Food Voices: Stories from the People Who Feed Us.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Challenging Racism in the Food System
The 2015 US Food Sovereignty Prize will be awarded on October 14 in Des Moines, Iowa. This year, one of the two winners is the Federation of Southern Cooperatives , a network of cooperatives, almost all of them comprised of Black family farmers, across the deep South. The Federation upholds a...