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Food Policy

Squeezing Tropicana

Posted June 4, 2012

The all-American breakfast beverage is not what you think, and a recent string of lawsuits asks for more transparency.

Are American Eating Habits Really So Bad?

By Cheryl Danley
Posted April 19, 2012

Americans eat worse than people in many developed countries.

Nina Kahori Fallenbaum, Writer and Policy Expert

Video
Posted April 3, 2012

Nina wants Asian Americans to have a voice in creating a better food and farming system in America.

Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food: USDA launches new online tool

By Dr. Rose Hayden-Smith
Posted March 6, 2012

U.S. cities get good-food savvy

Posted January 27, 2012

One Nation, Underfed

By Raj Patel
Posted January 25, 2012

Raj Patel discusses Newt Gingrich’s poisonous comments on Obama being the food stamp president.

Orange juice not as safe as it seems

Posted January 23, 2012

With the safety of U.S. orange juice called into question, the media turns to O.J. expert Alissa Hamilton

Gearing Up for the 2012 Food Bill

By Don Bustos
Posted January 9, 2012

Jim Goodman to Occupy Wall Street: "I'm trying to feed you. The corporations won't let me."

Posted December 7, 2011

Jim Goodman makes the connection between corporate greed and what's for dinner at Occupy Wall Street

Racism in Food Policy in New Orleans

By Jenga Mwendo
Posted November 2, 2011

Politics in my Pizza: Concientización for Kids

By Kandace Vallejo
Posted November 2, 2011

Kandace Vallejo's students are working-class immigrant kids who know that something isn’t right about the world—and are learning how to put their finger on exactly what it is.

Meet the Fellows

Valerie Segrest

Valerie Segrest, a member of the Muckleshoot Tribe, works as a Community Nutritionist to create a culturally appropriate system of health through traditional foods and medicines.

Ideas in focus

Cultivating Leadership and Equity in the Food Movement

April 2013

The IATP Food and Community Fellows Program is coming to an end, but it's springtime for our work growing equity in the food system and cultivating diverse leadership in the movement.

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