Decolonial Food For Thought visited Eugene from LA to speak at the Coalition Against Environmental Racism's 15th annual grassroots environmental justice conference.
The two spoke about how colonization has radically changed indigenous food habits. The two briefly touched on how modern writers such as Micheal Pollen in his book Omnivore's Dilemma often blame today's food problem on the industrial revolution. These two visionaries back up 500 years to European colonization.
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The CAER conference continues for the rest of today and concludes with a local food action tomorrow.