Immigrant Food Systems and Redefining “Healthy” and “Local” Food
This is the fourth in a series of applied research agendas, composed of four components, that when taken as a group, form a blueprint for generating and translating knowledge about arts, culture, and equitable development in 2020. The goal of the series is to encourage the examination of these various issues and see that the importance of arts and culture strategies is recognized by potential researchers and those who can use that research. This agenda explores the impact of immigrant food agents in low-income communities of color and identifies their unique characteristics, challenges, and strengths, which may not be currently served by existing healthy food access and food system programs.
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