Other Worlds: Harvesting Justice
Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabe environmentalist, said, “If our people want to eat twenty years from now, we will need food justice. The stories and the vision shared in Harvesting Justice inspire and inform that work. I’m grateful for the storytellers and those whose hands are on the earth.”
The book is a part of Other Worlds’ Harvesting Justice project, which promotes and defends land, water, small-scale agriculture, food sovereignty, and land-based and indigenous peoples. We work with groups in the global South that are at the cutting edge of the food sovereignty movement, and carry their stories to the US. We help make their models and strategies available to groups engaged in food systems change work. And we work to educate the general public in the US, especially through inspiring stories, to catalyze activism.
We want to send our book for free to CSAs, schools, community centers, libraries, and activists across the country. Providing this resource to those at the frontlines, and inspiring and educating others who are just joining in, are ways to honor and grow the just food and agriculture movement. Donations from $10 up receive great perks, including copies of Harvesting Justice for yourself, our newest book Fault Lines: Views Across Haiti’s Divide, heirloom seed packets, and shout-outs on our social media sites! View our Harvesting Justice video and support our crowdfunding campaign here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/harvesting-justice.