By Allison Hayes-Conroy
'Hegemonic meals' is produced and proliferated by way of a wide selection of social associations comparable to mainstream meals technology, scientific food in addition to these much less classically associated corresponding to existence science/agro-food businesses, the media, family members, schooling, faith and the legislations. The collective result's an method of and perform of food that alleges not just one unmarried, uncomplicated and consented-upon algorithm for 'healthy eating,' but in addition tacit standards for opting for person fault, often a few mixture of loss of schooling, motivation, and unwillingness to comply.
Offering a suite of serious, interdisciplinary replies and responses to the problem of 'hegemonic nutrients' this ebook offers contributions from a large choice of views; meals execs and lay humans, teachers and activists, adults and formative years, indigenous, Chicana/o, Latina/o, Environmentalist, Feminist and extra. The severe statement jointly asks for a special, extra attentive, and extra holistic perform of food. most significantly, this quantity demonstrates how this 'new' foodstuff is really already being played in small methods around the American continent. In doing so, the amount empowers different knowledges, histories, and practices of foodstuff which were marginalized, re-casts the targets of nutritional intervention, and so much largely, makes an attempt to revolutionize the way in which that meals is finished.
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In these and other ways Saldarriaga’s chapter is expressly about discourse – about the ways in which edible products are given meaning, about the ways in which the provision of food comes to represent political presence and power, and about the ways in which nutritional discourses have tremendous command over bodily health and well-being. Cadieux’s chapter on food gardens is also uniquely about discourse; the chapter demonstrates how gardens are important not only as a site and topic of food and nutrition discourse but also as a mode of discourse.
It’s individuals that uphold systems, and that can choose to change things. But it also happens on a bigger scale. For example, if our planning department really worked in concert with our public health department, and the office of economic development … If all three of those departments really focused together on creating the kind of healthy communities and jobs and local ownership and community controlled food systems and ecologically integrated agriculture the way that we envision it, we could probably get some things done.
What follows is a guided conversation between two such activists about their work and their approach toward health and nutrition. As a researcher studying food justice, I selected participants from among those I have worked with. I distributed questions in advance via email, asking for feedback. This allowed the activists an opportunity to shape the direction our discussion would take. Navina Khanna is a co-founder and the Field Director of Live Real, a national initiative dedicated to amplifying the power of young people shaping a radically different food system, and a Movement Strategy Center Associate, where she works to build a more aligned and strategic food justice movement.