Father-Daughter Miles and Brie Reiter of Driscoll’s Discuss the Past, Present, and Future of their Business

In a recent interview, Brie and Miles Reiter discuss how Driscoll’s is striving for a more sustainable future.

The Food System Needs More than a Digitally Skilled Workforce, Experts Say

In a recent panel about a digitally skilled workforce, experts the ways that technology and automation can help and harm food justice efforts.

Allégorie Reimagines Fashion Through Discarded Fruits and Ethical Values

After learning about animals’ unethical treatment for bag production in the fashion industry, co-founders Heather Jiang and Jen You created the fashion brand Allégorie.

Health of U.S. Farm Workers During COVID-19

COVID-19 is exacerbating challenges faced by farmworkers. The National Center for Farmworkers Health and other healthcare centers are trying to help them stay safe.

New on the Podcast: Baldemar Velasquez on Amplifying the Voices of Migrant Farmworkers

International leader in the farmworkers and immigrants’ rights movement, Baldemar Velasquez, discusses migrant workers and organizing for change

Opinion | From Child Labor to the Future of Food: The Voices of Young People Change Agriculture for the Better

Young people are changing the face of agriculture; their voices may be the key to protect the 108 million children trapped in forced agricultural labor, says Anita Sheth.

Students Launch Nationwide Rolling Fast for Farmworker Justice in Columbus, Ohio

Nineteen students affiliated with Ohio State Student/Farmworker Alliance (SFA) and Real Food OSU fasted for seven days in March to urge the administration of Ohio State University (OSU) to cut their contract with Wendy’s. The fast was a response to…

Climate Change, Labor, and Transportation Under a Trump Administration

President-elect Trump’s picks for Cabinet positions suggest a stark departure from the priorities of the current administration.