Every constituency – regardless of political ideology – must analyze the effects of the election of Republican majorities in Congress and Donald J. Trump as President of the United States. This is particularly true for advocates involved in eliminating food insecurity and hunger, fighting malnutrition and health inequality, and ensuring sustainable and fair urban food systems with high quality jobs. Anticipating the new administration’s efforts that may undermine food justice enables advocates, researchers, and policy makers to choose priorities and forge strategic partnerships.
Cohen, Nevin; Poppendieck, Janet; and Freudenberg, Nicholas, "Food Justice in the Trump Age: Priorities for Urban Food Advocates" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.