Vegan Food Politics: A Black Feminist Perspective
Using the analytical lenses of critical whiteness studies and black feminism, A. Breeze Harper (University of California, Davis) explores how issues of food, health, and “ethical eating” in American veganism are informed by embodied experiences with race, gender, and legacies of colonialism.
veganism, food politics, whiteness, black feminism, food, health, ethical eating, race, gender, colonialism
Gender and Sexuality | Nutrition | Politics and Social Change | Race and Ethnicity
Harper, A. Breeze. "Vegan Food Politics: A Black Feminist Perspective" Ensemble video, 01:25:31. APril 3, 2014. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Me4p7J3D