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The Activists Working to Remake the Food System

Today, activism exists at every point in the food supply chain: how it’s produced (unsustainable farming practices; unsafe working conditions and exploitation of undocumented immigrants…

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What Sun Dawu’s Prosecution Says About China

Under Mr. Xi, the party’s traditionally suspicious stance against businesspeople who are politically active or outspoken has worsened. Wang Gongquan, a former venture capitalist who…

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Two Biden Priorities, Climate and Inequality, Meet on Black-Owned Farms

Sedrick Rowe was a running back for Georgia’s Fort Valley State University when he stumbled on an unexpected oasis: an organic farm on the grounds…

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Wall Street Eyes Billions in the Colorado’s Water

He added, “The market would say water is far more valuable serving urban populations.” The interested players range from financial firms to university endowments to…

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Georgia Senate Race: Kelly Loeffler, a Wall Street Senator With a Hardscrabble Pitch

Her best friend from childhood, Shelley Marquis, said that, like many local children, she and Ms. Loeffler “walked beans” in the Loeffler fields, pulling out…

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Biden’s Choice of Vilsack for U.S.D.A. Raises Fears for Small Farmers

WASHINGTON — Soon after President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. beat President Trump last month, Tom Vilsack, the former agriculture secretary and one of Mr. Biden’s…

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