Justice, Community And Dialogue In International Relations
The industrial food system has created a crisis in the United States that is characterized by abundant food for privileged citizens and "food deserts" for the historically marginalized. In response, food justice activists based in low-income communities of color have developed community-based solutions, arguing that activities like urban agriculture, nutrition education, and food-related social enterprises can drive systemic social change.
Title: Seeking Spatial Justice Binding: Paperback Author: EdwardW.Soja Publisher: UniversityofMinnesotaPress
Justice and the American Metropolis Returning social justice to the center of urban policy debates Full description
This text brings together academics, artists, practitioners and `community activists' to explore the possibilities for and tensions of social justice work under the contemporary drive for community-oriented `impact' in the academy. It explores the possibilities and tensions for social justice work that emerge from the collision of long-established community oriented research practices, an increased institutional emphasis on community co-production in the academy, and the ongoing critique of the key terms of these practices.
Values in Criminology and Community Justice