Southern California roundup: All video, all the time

In the likely event that you were not at one of my events in Southern California over the last week, you may avail yourself of the links below, where you will be able to watch video to your heart’s content: Is Eating Well Just for the Rich? A conversation with KCRW’s Evan Kleiman Hosted by … Read more

You can ignore this: Video from Book Launch

Before I lose track of it, I’m posting this link to the Book Launch event I held at Housing Works Book Store with my fabulous colleagues: Annia Ciezadlo, James Oseland, Amanda Hesser, and Rev. Devanie Jackson, along with Erica Wides moderating. It’s been a crazy couple of months, and I’m so lucky to have had … Read more

Press roundup, Mid-April 2012 Edition

I’m pleased to say the press is still rolling in. Most notably of late: Profile of me in the alumni magazine for my alma mater, NYU (April 2012) Alumni Profile: Tracie McMillan, author of the New York Times acclaimed book, The American Way of Eating, makes the case that good, fresh food isn’t just for … Read more

Nice review of #AWE up from @SeattleTimes

In his review for the Seattle Times, Alan Moores does a nice job of summing up one of AWE’s primary points: McMillan’s overarching point here is the disconnect between America’s overall wealth and its inability to eat well Always nice to see that someone read most of the book, not just the promotional materials!

a new kind of risk assessment.

One benefit of the AWEsome Book Tour: Catching up with old sources. I had the opportunity to catch up with Brahm Ahmadi, a food justice entrepreneur in Oakland, CA this week. It wasn’t a long meeting, but I did get a really good “perspective check” on discussions of food. Brahm’s smart thought for the day? … Read more

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