Children and Their Food Practices
Children and Their Food Practices illustrates the influence that school meals and family eating practices have on Tucson children’s food security, overall health and well being.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Health, Nutrition and Hunger, National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Wellness Policies - Children, Families, School Staff, Students
Barrett is a 2004 graduate of Willamette University, where she earned a BA in sociology. Barrett has had academic and practical experience with both urban and rural issues: she served asa case manager for low-income housing residents in Chicago, and later as an Undergraduate Rural Poverty Research and Policy Fellow with the Rural Policy Research Institute. She also worked at an after school program for at-risk children, and coordinated campus events to raise awareness about social justice issues.
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Chandra earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Evergreen State College with a focus in community studies and public policy. She produced a documentary, “Homeless in Olympia,” that portrayed a group of homeless individuals’ fight against targeted ordinances. She is also an active member of the Welfare Rights Organizing Coalition and served as a VISTA Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity.
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