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Carrington Morris
Food and food justice enthusiast. Contributing Editor .
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Matt Stoller Nov 13
This is remarkable. The top Democrat on the Agriculture Committee is trying to avoid having to legislate when Dems take the majority and he is Chairman. He wants to pass the Republican farm bill in the lame duck session. The incoming Dem Chairman!
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Maude Barlow Nov 8
Michigan's new attorney general wants to shake up the Flint water crisis investigation | National Observer
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Maude Barlow Nov 7
Wonderful! Baltimore Becomes First Major City to Ban Water Privatization | Food & Water Watch
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Earthjustice Nov 6
"A new majority, equipped with the power of Congressional oversight and subpoena, has an opportunity to finally show us what’s happened behind the scenes for two years under President Trump." - , Earthjustice President
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Taniel Nov 6
New York Dems have gained control of the state Senate (after so many years of trying). This gives Dems a trifecta in country's 4th biggest state. They are likely to push big changes like cash bail reform & automatic voter registration. How far they go is crucial, up to pressure.
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New York City DSA 🌹 Nov 6
Fearless organizers. Champions of the working class. Democratic socialists. Congratulations to NY State Senator Julia Salazar and US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez! 🌹
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Dr. Bronner's Nov 6
Replying to @DrBronner
Thank you, Florida voters, for showing up to the polls & restoring voting rights for 1.4 million people!
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Our Revolution Nov 6
Congratulations to on your victory tonight!
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The New Food Economy Nov 5
THREAD: Tomorrow is ! Today, we'll be sharing coverage of the issues that matter most in food and farming. Here's your reading list.
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Bushwick City Farms Nov 1
Hey! if you've got pumpkins that aren't covered in candlewax or paint, bring them our way. The chickens will eat them, or we'll compost them. Save the landfills!
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Jon Schwarz Oct 31
Happy Halloween: Pumpkins and squash generally should have gone extinct because they were only spread by megabeasts like mammoths who were big enough to survive their poisonous cucurbitacins, and then the megabeasts died out, but then humans rescued them.
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Will🦕Menaker Oct 30
Pittsburgh, let's go
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Civil Eats Oct 26
Agroecology as a Tool of Sovereignty and Resilience in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
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Louis Hyman Oct 15
In my history of consumption class, I teach about , but what most people don't know is just how radical the catalogue was in the era of Crow.
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Ricardo Salvador Oct 16
You know that thing in The Matrix movie where you can just plug directly into your brain and download everything known on a given topic? In the world of sustainable food and agriculture policy, this is that thing. Wanna be instantly smart? Sign up and read up every Friday. Do it!
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Civil Eats Oct 12
Georgia fears $1 billion in crop damage as farmers begin to report devastation
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Jacobin Oct 10
Right-wing populism is advancing across the world. In a major speech yesterday, Bernie Sanders laid out a vision to fight back.
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The New Food Economy Oct 8
THREAD: How an algorithm kicks small businesses out of the food stamps program on dubious fraud charges:
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Bill McKibben Oct 9
Probably just ran out of space, but you forgot "break the political power of the fossil fuel industry."
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Chris Hayes Oct 5
Fully expecting to see Sen Collins and Mitch McConnell and others throw their weight behind ending cash bail after their heartfelt speeches about the presumption of innocence. Right!?!
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