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|| MARGINALIZING ACCESS TO THE SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEM; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Framing the Indicators for Measuring Minority Food Access; 2. Community Food Security: An Evolving Concept; 3. Localizing Food Security: Oakland's Experience; 4. The History of Farming Access for Minority Farmers; 5. Historicizing Access to the Sustainable Food System through CSAs, Farmer's Markets, and Urban Gardens; 6. Summarizing Marginalization and Concluding Remarks; 7. Bibliography; About the Author.
|| This book is a comprehensive analysis of the barriers and opportunities confronting minority communities' ability to access healthy, fresh foods. Mata uses three minority districts in Oakland-Chinatown, Fruitvale, and West Oakland-to examine the patterns of marginalization in relation to the sustainable food system of the California Bay Area.
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