Food & Racial Equity Podcasts

Reverend Darriel Harris

E20: Darriel Harris on Harnessing Faith to Improve Community Health

March 2019

Can you make sustainable changes in community or neighborhood health without tackling the issue of food and diet? Why is such work so difficult? What is the role of churches and other faith organizations? Our next guest on The Leading Voices in Food is Reverend Darriel Harris and he works on this problem in a variety of ways. Listen to Podcast/Read Transcript about E20: Darriel Harris on Harnessing Faith to Improve Community Health »


Cheryl Queen, Compass Group

E17: Cheryl Queen on Corporate Responsibility and Power in the Food Industry

February 2019

Imagine working for a company that serves more than 5 billion meals worldwide every year. Balancing what people like to eat with corporate goals of promoting health, sustainability, and fair labor practices. Explore these ideas with Leading Voices in Food guest Cheryl Queen of Compass Group North America. Listen to Podcast/Read Transcript about E17: Cheryl Queen on Corporate Responsibility and Power in the Food Industry »


Christopher Carter

E25: Christopher Carter on Looking at Food Theologically

February 2019

How should society balance people's needs and wants for meat and eggs against the needs and wants of farmers and farm animals? What do theologians and ethicists have to say about factory farming, animals and marginalized communities. It's a complicated subject that triggers strong feelings about moral economics, racial equity, nutrition, and environmental sustainability will explore these issues today on The Leading Voices in Food podcast with our guest, Methodist pastor Christopher Carter, who's also an assistant professor of theology and religious studies at the University of San Diego. Listen to Podcast/Read Transcript about E25: Christopher Carter on Looking at Food Theologically »


A'dae Romero-Briones

E9: A'dae Romero-Briones on First Nations Food Systems

January 2019

What can food teach us about our community lifeways, past and present? Community food life ways or one way that first nations tribes can regain food sovereignty in the face of federal policies that have diminished native lands, imposed a non-native diet, and made it difficult to retain native languages. This is a core part of the work of today's guest on the Leading Voices in Food A'Dae Romero-Briones. Listen to Podcast/Read Transcript about E9: A'dae Romero-Briones on First Nations Food Systems »