Welcome to the Food Justice Scholar-Activist/Activist-Scholar Community of Practice
Our next community meeting with take place via Zoom on
June 18, 2021
11:30 am-1 pm eastern (CAN/US)
RSVP by June 16 for call-in details
All are welcome, including those who have recently joined. You will receive call-in details after you RSVP. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about FJSAAS or how to join our listserv.
The Food Justice Scholar-Activist/Activist-Scholar Community of Practice (FJSAAS) is a group situated within the American Association of Geographers Geographies of Food and Agriculture Specialty Group. As an action-oriented learning community, open to all, FJSAAS is focused on:
- understanding the meaning and scalability of “food justice” (in urban and rural spaces), as both a paradigm and material goal;
- productive questioning of the dichotomy between activist and scholar;
- recognition of experience-based food systems expertise in a variety of settings (e.g. community, academia, policy making);
- the potential roles of academics/academic work in advancing food justice.
Our intent is to support collaboration among a broad diversity of actors in the food system, through the lens of geography, broadly defined, and help to strengthen the integrity of both food justice scholarship and activism.