Thursday, November 27, 2008

Terra Carolina

"So, yes, I was pleased that the rhetoric and the literature at Terra Madre were outwardly political, relying heavily on concepts of “rights” to good, clean, fair food, as well as handing out “manifestos” on the future of seeds and food policy. I definitely felt momentum building for social justice at home and abroad." (Thanks D.)

UNC-Chapel Hill student reflects on her experience in Terra Madre (many more posts on Slow Food Na Terra Madre in the archives)

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