FOOD FOR ALL!: Food justice needs migrant justice

Adrangi, Maryam; Lepper, Laura
September 2011
Briarpatch;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p27
The article discusses an effort to consider radical political organizing in order to make food justice accessible to marginalized populations such as undocumented migrants in Canada. With the intensification of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's anti-immigrant agenda, access to food and critical services such as health care and education becomes increasingly difficult for undocumented migrants. Information about the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SWAP) is mentioned.


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