L'agriculture urbaine dans les quartiers défavorisés de la métropole New-Yorkaise: la justice alimentaire à l'épreuve de la justice sociale

Abstract : In the United States, the idea of Food Justice is more and more a part of the Food Movement narrative. Food Justice is expressed by the development of urban agriculture in large American metropolises. Not only a white, foodie and middle-class movement, Food Justice seeks to increase food security in low-income communities and communities of color. It brings social justice matters in metropolitan food issues. New York City case study, particularly focusing on Hunts Point (South Bronx), allows us to portray today's Food Justice practices at a local scale and to insist on their theoretical contributions drawn from inspiring concepts, such as social justice, spatial justice and environmental justice.
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Flaminia Paddeu. L'agriculture urbaine dans les quartiers défavorisés de la métropole New-Yorkaise: la justice alimentaire à l'épreuve de la justice sociale. Vertigo, Paris : Avancées cinématographiques, 2012, 12 (2), ⟨10.4000/vertigo.12686⟩. ⟨hal-02352521⟩

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