“Our History” serves two main purposes. First, USFSA members can utilize the publication as a tool for developing collective memory and shared strategies. New members will particularly benefit from understanding how the coalition changes over time and intersects with global partners as a regional process of the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty. Second, the USFSA seeks to increase membership and construct partnerships across socioeconomic sectors. For potential allies unfamiliar to social movements focused on food and agriculture, the results of this research project can function as an introduction to the struggle for food sovereignty in the U.S.
For general inquiries or more information about the release of “Our History,” please contact Tyler Short at tylerlaminga (at) gmail (dot) com, a member of Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville and the USFSA’s Communications Team.