Joshua Sbicca will talk about and sign copies of his book Food Justice Now!
The National Science Foundation has awarded about $3 million to support the new program, called InTERFEWS.
This book explores the relationship between food activism and social justice activism with a historically grounded and ethnographically rich narrative.
A Colorado State University faculty member argues in a new book that the term "food justice" should be viewed much more broadly, and he outlines several examples of how food is used as a key element in social justice efforts.
Several members of the College of Liberal Arts recently won awards from the Fulbright Program.
It may seem like common sense that rich parents spend more money on their children than poor parents do. A new study co-authored by a Colorado State University faculty member shows that this financial gap is widening due to rising income inequality.