Voting Rights: Organic, Fork-Voting & Food Justice – Kristy Athens

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Do you “vote with your fork” for social change? Ever wonder how effective that is? Kristy Athens will explain why fork-voting isn’t really doing a lot of good, and might actually be doing some harm.

Video Length: 15:43

  • About Kristy Athens

    Food Systems Analyst Voting Rights: Organic, Fork-Voting & Food Justice – Kristy Athens

    Kristy Athens has an M.S. in Food Systems and Society from Marylhurst University (2015) and is the author of Get more.


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