18 Oct '11, 11am

Why the food movement should occupy Wall Street

Why the food movement should occupy Wall Street

Photo: Amy Schneider I went to the Occupy Wall Street march last week, as part of the NYC food justice delegation . We carried baskets of farmers market vegetables and signs reading "Stop Gambling on Hunger" and "Food Not Bonds." Food justice advocates came out from around the city -- urban farmers, gardeners, youth, professors, union members, and community organizers. The vegetables attracted a lot of attention. Food so often attracts a lot of attention -- The New York Times is just one of the outlets to focus in recent days on the makeshift kitchen at Zuccotti Park . What was more surprising were all of the puzzled looks we got from the bloggers, photographers, and other marchers who wanted to talk to us. "What's the connection here with food?" we were asked many times. The connection of the protests with food, of course, runs from the local to the global, the specific t...

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