I was also particularly struck by Eric Schlosser’s introduction to the speech, as strong a statement as I’ve ever heard or read about food justice, income inequality, and the necessity of thinking about every part of the food system — particularly the people who grow and pick and pack it — when buying food and eating.
Last May, the Prince of Wales gave a speech on sustainability at Georgetown. Many of us who heard it thought it was seminal. First, that it came from a public figure whose pronouncements must be moderate and moderated; second, because it was such a strong, specific statement of principles many of us have believed in and have been working toward for a long time; and third, because, contrary to what pretty much anyone would expect, the speech was written by, not for, him.
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