Project Abstract

A critical look into the community garden movement as a subset of the community supported agriculture movement and how it plays out on college campuses and in downtown San Diego. Although the movement stems from good intentions, community gardens as a vehicle of food justice are often ineffective in allieviating hurting communities such as the homeless, lower-income areas, or communities of color. More must be done to address the food justice movements culutral compenetence and dedication to the ideals of racial and social justice.

Project Description

A look at various instances of food insecurity and injustice in San Diego, facing diverse populations and the activists who are in place to make things happen.


Poster (click image to expand)

Reflective Essay


9500 Gilman Drive
San Diego, CA 92093
United States