Fact and friction in American food
Disneyland will start reopening later this month. It’s been almost exactly a year since it shut down.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said businesses can reopen at 100 percent capacity and masks are no longer required. Many restaurateurs fear what’s next.
Funders want to help ensure Native food sovereignty. Many in those communities want philanthropy to do better.
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Our meat eating habits, no longer a matter of basic sustenance, have become ethically fraught, deeply personal questions: Money. Health. Animal welfare. Environmental impact.
Bison bars were supposed to restore Native communities and grass-based ranches. Then came Epic Provisions.
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