SOURCE: Civil Eats
Marcus Weaver-Hightower on the Politics of School Lunch
The scholar discusses researching school lunch policies in the U.S., U.K., and Australia – and in his own household—and how nutrition policy relates to inequality, health, and learning.
The Failed Promise of Free, Universal School Lunch
by Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower
With the lapsing of pandemic support for expanded school lunches, the nation returns to its historical roots of stigma and stinginess around the feeding of children.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
What Parents Did Before Baby Formula
by Carla Cevasco
"The formula shortage is not a victory for breastfeeding. It is a calamity for families who, like families throughout history, just want to feed their children."
SOURCE: The Nation
Junk: Mark Bittman’s History of Why We Eat Bad Food
Environmental writer Bill McKibben reviews Mark Bittman's critical look at the rise of industrial food and its human, social and environmental consquences.
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