Agricultural interests dominate California’s political scene and the state’s water supply. Meanwhile, many farmworker communities in the Central Valley go without water. Without reform soon, California is headed into a dire water catastrophe. Read Isa Badia Bellinger‘s compelling article on
Eating disorders are on the rise, but treating them is not getting any easier. They are complicated, they are expensive, and they often are not covered by healthcare insurance plans. When they are covered, patients with eating disorders fight every
Despite many believing it banished to the history books, slavery underlies almost every facet of our lives – and U.S. law as it stands can’t do anything about it. In his article in The [F]law, Ariq Hatibie unravels the intricate
Read the “storty” about the 2022 Tortys at HLS Today, here. There was so much hype leading up to the Tortys, said Arzu Singh ’25, that she didn’t think the event could possibly live up to expectations. But it did.
In her superb article in The [F]law, “Land is a bank account: A journey into the polluted heart(land) of American agriculture,” Liz Turner tries to work through the troubling implications of a boom in farmland investment, only to find American
Undercover investigators uncover cruel conditions at factory farms every year. But the agricultural industry is fighting back. Jeremiah Scanlan investigates what is happening in Iowa in the battle over what the public has a right to know about the food
When livestock owners complain of predation, the U.S. government traps America’s recovering gray wolves, poisons them, and shoots them from helicopters. Ben Rankins’s powerful reporting on The [F]law. examines how state and federal officials have revived wolf extermination in America
Just Food? Forum on Land use, rights and ecology A conference exploring LAND AND THE FOOD SYSTEM: HOW LAND AFFECTS WHAT WE EAT, WHO WE ARE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT WE LIVE IN March 25–26, 2016 This year’s Just Food? conference
Emily Broad Leib has not only been a great friend and supporter of the Systemic Justice Project, she’s been working on systemic justice issues for several years as cofounder and director of Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic.