Urban food sharing and the emerging Boston food solidarity economy.

Loh, Penn.

Agyeman, Julian.


  • A food solidarity economy has been sprouting in Boston's lower income neighborhoods and communities of color, rooted in struggles for control over the food system itself. Though not centrally coordinated, this movement encompasses a varied network of nonprofits, social enterprises, and cooperatives, operating in all parts of the food system, from stewarding land and growing to processing, consumption, ... read more
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  • Loh, Penn, and Julian Agyeman. "Urban Food Sharing and the Emerging Boston Food Solidarity Economy." Geoforum 99 (February 2019): 213-222. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.08.017.
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