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Our Food, Our Right: Recipes for Food Justice (2nd edition) takes you on a journey through many of the current globalized food system’s failures, and showcases creative solutions that communities worldwide are designing to regain control over their food, and the health of their bodies and neighborhoods. The product of over 50 contributors’ collected efforts and wisdom, this guide has the tools you need to take back your food choices and stand up for all people’s rights to good, healthy and culturally appropriate food! CAGJ published the 1st edition (read more about it below) in 2010. The 2nd edition was published in 2012, with a focus on “Stories of Change” – stories of successful initiatives locally and globally that are helping to create more sustainable food communities. see the Table of Contents.
Our Food, Our Right: Recipes for Food Justice (2nd Edition)
Smythe-sewn trade paperback, printed in the USA on archival paper.
Our Food, Our Right is a book about connecting and revitalizing communities. It is an essential resource for independent bookstores and libraries with sections on politics, food, cooking, activism, sustainability, natural living, and social justice. We have special pricing for bookstores and libraries!
Special pricing for libraries and independent bookstores
Also available for bulk order through our distributor, Partners West.
Also available on Amazon.com.
CAGJ Food Justice Everywhere Poster, Signed by Nikki McClure – $20
Olympia artist Nikki McClure uses an x-acto knife to cut her designs into paper. She donated use of her “Even the Crows Were Curious” papercut to CAGJ for our Strengthening Local Economies Everywhere dinner, and for our beautiful tshirt. For the first time CAGJ is offering a 11 x 17 poster with Sage Van Wing’s design (at right), with “Food Justice” highlighted in red, and food translated into 26 languages. Posters are also signed by Nikki McClure!
Our Food, Our Right: Recipes for Food Justice
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Our Food, Our Right (1st Edition) is a CAGJ Food Justice Project publication (72 pages) that combines hands-on tools for change with community recipes and political awareness to engage YOU in joining in the struggle for food justice! Our Food, Our Right promotes community knowledge sharing, self-sufficiency, accessibility, and food justice through a food sovereignty framework. This guide has the tools you need to take back your food choices and stand up for all people’s right to good, healthy, and culturally appropriate food!
- Composting and container gardening
- Effects of NAFTA and the WTO on farmers and food
- Basics of food preservation: canning, pickling, freezing, and drying
- Stories of Change: Food Justice Around the World
- Farmworker Organizing in Washington State
- CSA’s, farmers’ markets, and community kitchens
How much does it cost?
In an effort to make this guide as accessible as possible, we are asking $5-$20, on sliding scale, pay what you can.
*****If you are able to pay $10 or more a copy, you can help us subsidize 100 free copies that will be distributed to local food justice organizations serving disadvantaged communities, as well as food banks, shelters, and community centers.*****
WTO + 10 T-shirt
Do you want a t-shirt with the image at right, marking 10 years since the historical WTO demonstrations in Seattle and looking toward a more just future? With standard, women’s fitted, and children’s sizes in various color shirts, all with black printing, you can outfit you and yours to show your support for CAGJ and express your vision for a just global economy!
Show your support for eating locally with a “LOCAVORES” t-shirt! The front of the t-shirt shows a fork within a fist, and reads “LOCAVORES” underneath. The back reads, “Eat Here” with the same awesome mimic of a food label on the left sleeve. Image shows the “fitted” style.
CAGJ’s Food Justice T-shirt
Olympia artist Nikki McClure uses an x-acto knife to cut her designs into paper. She donated use of her “Even the Crows Were Curious” papercut to CAGJ for our Strengthening Local Economies Everywhere dinner, and this beautiful t-shirt. Featuring Sage Van Wing’s design (at right), this shirt has “Food Justice” highlighted in red, and food translated into 26 languages.
CAGJ’s Logo on a T-shirt
This shirt is hand-printed with CAGJ’s logo (at right) and comes in a few different color options!