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ESS faculty & students reflect on experiential learning for food justice
Wednesday, Jun. 20, 2012
ESS faculty members Leslie Gray and Joanna Johnson have published an essay with undergraduate student Michelle Tang, alumnus Ann Thomas, and Americorps volunteer Nicole Latham in the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.
Their essay reflects on Santa Clara University's forays into experiential learning around food justice through the Bronco Urban Gardens (BUG) program. BUG works with urban schools and a community center in San José, California, using a garden-based education approach. The authors discuss the motivations for experiential learning for social justice and its connection to food justice. They also explore the challenge of working with students and community partners where the interests of both groups must be served.
Click here for the paper's abstract.