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About this issue
How does and can planning and design enhance the freedom and wellbeing of marginalized actors in the food system – low-income residents, people of colour, small-holder farmers, and refugees – the very people the alternative food movements purport to serve?
Samina Raja is a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning and the Principal Investigator of the Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Her research, teaching, and civic engagement focus on the use of planning and policy to promote health and food equity.
Kevin Morgan is the Professor of Governance and Development in the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, where he is also the Dean of Engagement. He was one of the founders of the AESOP Sustainable Food Planning Group and the founding chair of the Bristol Food Policy Council. He is the co-author of The School Food Revolution.
Enjoli Hall is an Associate Planner at the University at Buffalo Regional Institute. She previously worked as a Research Assistant in the Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.