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Food Security Summit: Barriers to Food Access in Middle Tennessee

dc.contributor.authorFreedman, Darcy
dc.contributor.authorWilson, Flora
dc.contributor.authorGodwin, Sandria
dc.descriptionIncludes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Politics, Economics and Social Issues - Podcasts - Food Security Summit: Barriers to Food Access in Middle Tennessee." Darcy Freedman, Vanderbilt University Program in Community Research and Action, Sandria Godwin, Professor, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Research, Tennessee State University, and Flora Wilson, Organized Neighbors of Edgehill, discuss food insecurity on a national and local level. Availability and affordability of fresh produce are problems in poor neighborhoods. One in eight infants live in food insecure families. The Veggie Project, sponsored by Vanderbilt University, launched farmers' markets at Boys and Girls Clubs in Nashville where tobacco and cigarettes were more readily available than good quality produce.en
dc.publisherVanderbilt Universityen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesPolitics, Economic and Social Issuesen
dc.subjectFood Security Summiten
dc.subjectFood Security Partners of Middle Tennesseeen
dc.subjectVeggie Projecten
dc.subject.lcshLocal foods -- Tennessee, Middleen
dc.subject.lcshFarmers' markets -- Tennessee, Middleen
dc.titleFood Security Summit: Barriers to Food Access in Middle Tennesseeen
dc.typeRecording, oralen

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