The intersection of food, the law, and human rights raises many interesting questions. In this interview series, I pose four questions to activists and experts about their work. Join me in learning more about pressing problems and possible solutions in these short interviews.
- Interview with Tom Fritzsche, staff attorney at the Southern Poverty Law Center, on working conditions in Alabama’s poultry processing plants (March 13, 2013)
- Interview with Patrick Taurel, immigration attorney, on possible U.S. immigration reform and its potential impact on farmworkers (February 4, 2013)
- Part Two of Interview with Natalie Bridgeman Fields, Executive Director of Accountability Counsel, on what affected communities can do when the World Bank or other institutions finance land grabs (June 25, 2012)
- Part One of Interview with Natalie Bridgeman Fields, Executive Director of Accountability Counsel, on what affected communities can do when the World Bank finances land grabs (June 21, 2012)
- Interview with Paulomee Mistry, Vice-President of the Gujarat Agriculture Labour Union, on organizing workers and farmers in Gujarat, India (June 8, 2012)
- Interview with Veda Bharadwaja, Programme Officer at The Hunger Project India, on the necessity of empowering women (May 28, 2012)
- Interview with Grace Meng, Researcher at Human Rights Watch, on sexual violence against immigrant farmworkers in the United States (May 23, 2012)