This Zoom session is from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EST: Combining Scholarship and Activism: An Intergenerational Exchange. Information about the session and registration is HERE. Bob Gottlieb and I will address how to combine food policy scholarship and activism in discussion with two much younger colleagues, Ivonne Quiroz and Lo Anderson.
Weekend reading: Megan Kimble’s Unprocessed
Megan Kimble. Unprocessed: My City-Dwelling Year of Reclaiming Real Food. William Morrow, 2015
I liked this book and did a blurb for it:
Confused about why nutritionists like me advise eating relatively unprocessed foods? Megan Kimble spends a year taking a deep dive into the meaning of processing by trying to an unprocessed life, and on careful budget yet. Part memoir, Unprocessed takes us through Kimble’s evolving understanding that that we have real choices about the way we eat and that these choices greatly matter for our health, economics, and sense of community.