Seeds Are Sacred

Geez 61, Summer 2021

Geez 61

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In this issue, we look at life outside of the extractive systems hidden behind the fluorescent grocery store aisles, get dirt under our fingernails, and connect our hearts with the small patches of earth around us.

  • Seeds Are Our Lifeline to Future Generations
    Edith Woodley 11
  • Sisters of the Same Seed
    Em Jacoby 13
  • Fed
    Shannon Evans 16
  • Acknowledgement
    Elizabeth Abbey 18
  • Veganism isn’t Cruelty Free
    Kali Casab 19
  • Cesar Chavez: Who Shall Intercede for the Farmworkers?
    Sergio Lopez 20
  • Who Determines Health?
    Patrilie Hernandez 24
  • Kishki
    Lerochka Kosyreva 26
  • Detroit Food Justice Map 28
  • Recreating Eden with Edible Landscapes
    Naim Edwards 30
  • I Hate Lawns (And Then Lay Them)
    Sean Harvey 32
  • Food Justice Requires Reparations
    Z. Zane McNeill 35
  • Black and Native Hands Light the Fire 36
  • The Scat of Settler Ecology
    Dave Pritchett 38
  • Dumpster Diving as Spiritual Practice
    Benjamin Isaak-Krauß 40
  • Moriah Pie
    Erin Tuttle Lockridge 41
  • Good Bread
    Kurt Armstrong 43
  • Prison Farms: A Correctional Confessional
    Calvin Neufeld 44
  • Invisible Margins in the Food Line
    Win-Sie Tow 49
  • Return
    Deanna Hove 50
  • Regulars
  • Masthead 6
  • Letters 6
  • Editorial 8
  • Upcoming Issues 58
  • Poetry
  • Tool
    Greg Kennedy 33
  • Prayer for the Pests
    Michelle Martinez 53
  • Sections
  • Elderword
    Malik Yakini 10
  • Film Review 54
  • Book Review 55
  • Further Reading 56
  • Notes from Northern Turtle Island 60
  • Civil Disobedience 61
  • Feministry 62
  • Catholic Worker 63

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