Hunting For Food – Race, Class and Access in New York City – Regina Bernard-Carreno

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TEDxManhattan

Dr. Bernard-Carreno shares her narrative of a changing food-purchasing landscape in New York City, as well as the underlying social, racial, and economic implications of what is available for purchase where and how we can optimize community gardening programs to be more equitable and mutually beneficial.

Video Length: 00:16:34

  • About Regina Bernard-Carreno

    Assistant Professor of Black and Latino Studies Baruch College (CUNY)

    Dr. Regina Bernard-Carreno was born and raised in Hells Kitchen, NYC.  She is a graduating pioneer of the African American ...read more.