Thursday Sep 01, 2022

Structural Racism as a Root of Food Systems Inequality in Brazil

Inequalities and power imbalances will continue to create dysfunctional social and ecological systems. Current practice enables ineffective policies and policymaking, where voices of the vulnerable and those who lack access to democratic participation are not heard. Moreover, the deep interconnections between humans, animals, nature, and the planet are obscured or, worse, undermined. Manu Justo, Food Systems Programme Portfolio Manager at Instituto Ibirapitanga, and Rute Costa, a nutritionist with a master’s in food, nutrition and health from Rio de Janeiro State University, explore how structural racism is a root cause of food systems inequality in Brazil.

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