Aba Ifeoma, of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, speaks on the Food Movements Unite! panel at the 2010 Community Food Security Conference in October.
She talks about the struggles they went through as food stores left Detroit and were replaced by unhealthy choices. She speaks of the travails of securing land to become more self sufficient, but wonders about the meaning of food security and food sovereignty when they do not have secure access to land to grow their own food. Underlying their food insecurity lies unspoken racism that must be addressed.
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