Jessa Mae Orluk
Series Number: 88
Editors’ note: Food justice is often conceptualized primarily in anthropocentric terms: the right of all people to access healthy, sustaining food. In this DifferenTakes, Jessa Orluk moves beyond this people-centered vision of food justice. How does food get to our fork? What do these processes mean for social justice? Orluk looks at the importance of worker and animal rights to just food production, health and the environment, as well as at distribution systems that uphold social justice values. She makes the case for cross-movement action for visionary food justice.
— Anne Hendrixson and guest editor, Timothy Pachirat