Student-Led Gastronomy Conference Examines Intersectional Food Justice

In April, students of the Gastronomy & Food Studies Programs at BU MET put on a small conference designed to bring attention to intersectional matters of food sovereignty, racial justice, and environmentalism. Organized by Gastronomy students Danielle Jacques and Dana Ferrante, the weekend-long “Living Landscapes” virtual event gathered activists, foragers and researchers to discuss topics like scavenging and environmental justice through a social lens.

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