What's for Dinner - Food Sovereignty Tours
On a food sovereignty tour you see how small farmers are responding in places where their livelihoods are threatened or lost due to globalized, concentrated industrial agriculture.
Katie Brimm manages Food First's Food Sovereignty Tours to Bolivia, Italy, Korea, Cuba, Oaxaca and Spain's Basque country; she describes her work and her own experience on a tour to Bolivia. The food sovereignty movement believes those who grow food and eat have the right to decide how it will be grown. Staying, meeting and sharing meals with small farmers in this movement offers not so many answers about what should happen as a lens on complex forces that both endanger traditional ways of life and sometimes present new opportunities to renew them.