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3 grad students talking about food systems, social justice, culture & health + stories from researchers, farmers, activists and food lovers.

3 grad students talking about food systems, social justice, culture & health + stories from researchers, farmers, activists and food lovers.
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United States

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3 grad students talking about food systems, social justice, culture & health + stories from researchers, farmers, activists and food lovers.

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@WAGEPodcast

Language:

English


Episodes

Ep6: Oh, the Places You'll Goat! (feat. Dr. Jessica Fanzo)

4/24/2019
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Hey y'all - we've missed you! We've been gone for a minute, but we're super excited to finally share this episode with you. Check it out! In this week’s grocery bag, we talk about: --How your food dollar is spent. What % goes to farm workers? To processing? https://www.ers.usda.gov/amber-waves/2017/october/follow-the-food-dollars/ --The longest we’ve ever waited in line for food (what's the longest you've ever waited? Tweet at us ) The Slutty Vegan: http://sluttyveganatl.com/ Di Fara Pizza:...

Duration:01:08:20

Ep5: Storytelling: The Real Hunger Games (feat. Roger Thurow)

4/5/2019
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In this episode, we talk about Costa Rican food policy, ousted vegans on Instagram, and complex computer simulations exploring the benefits healthy-food subsidies in the US. In Washington DC, Khris chats with special guest, Chicago Council Senior Fellow, Roger Thurow; writer, journalist, podcaster, and global nutrition advocate. You’ll hear Roger’s take on everything from global development to his mother’s German potato salad. Grocery Bag: Computer simulations: fresh fruits and vegetable...

Duration:01:00:09

Ep4: Farming...for the Culture! (feat. Kamal Bell)

3/26/2019
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We talk about what to do when you get charged a lot but only fed a little, cereal’s origin story, and how junk food advertising is increasingly targeting Hispanic and Black youth. Then Adante visits Kamal Bell at Sankofa farms where they talk about farming as a tool for liberation, Sankofa’s Agricultural Academy - a program targeting urban youth of color - and how none of it would be possible without his amazing wife, Amber. Links: How America Eats by Jennifer Jensen Wallach...

Duration:00:51:46

Ep3: Thyme to Organize (feat. Ashley Heger of the Orange County, NC Food Policy Council)

3/19/2019
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In this episode: -In our grocery bag, Khris coins the term "bougification of food," plus we talk about the history of nutrition science and about contract farming. -Then Allison talks with Ashley Heger about Food Councils, which leverage community organizing to build partnerships and more equitable and sustainable food systems. Links: --RAFI's efforts for contract farming reform: https://rafiusa.org/programs/contract-agriculture-reform/ --John Oliver on contract chicken farming:...

Duration:00:55:35

Ep2: Doctors taking the pulse on your plate (feat. Dr. Colin Orr & Dr. Christian Lawrence)

3/12/2019
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On this episode, we talk about food halls and a recent study that found that fast food is unhealthier today than 30 years ago. We also talk to Dr. Colin Orr and Dr. Christian Lawrence about the food security screening and food pantry they started at UNC Children's Hospital. Resources: UNC Children's Hospital Food Pantry: http://news.unchealthcare.org/uncchildrens/pedsreads/2018/december/december-5/care-beyond-the-clinic-walls-unc-children2019s-hospital-food-pantry Article about the fast food...

Duration:00:56:33

Ep1: Lettuce Introduce Ourselves...

3/5/2019
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Welcome to the intro episode of We All Gotta Eat! Here we introduce ourselves and give you a little taste of what's to come.

Duration:00:35:28