Health

Food Justice

Feb 7, 2017
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The term "food justice" refers to a community's right to grow, sell, and eat healthy food that is fresh, nutritious, affordable, and culturally-appropriate. In this three-part series, Big Fat Farm Show host Kellie Pettyjohn talks with people who are all working in different ways to address the issue of food justice in their communities. These individuals were all part of recent food justice workshops that were held at Fort Lewis College on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

In the third and final part in this series, Kellie talks with Stephanie and Amanda from Project Feed The Hood, an Albuquerque organization working to provide lower income neighborhoods access to healthy foods.


Dine' Community Advocacy Alliance

In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Kellie Pettyjohn talks with Denisa Livingston of the Diné Community Advocacy Alliance about how they are working to remove food taxes from healthy and traditional foods on the Navajo Nation, and how this work addresses deeper issues of food insecurity on tribal lands.


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Suicide is a public health issue, which means it’s preventable.  And while most young people don't attempt, let alone complete, suicide, it is the second leading cause of death among young people from 15 to 24 in America. KSJD’s Jeff Pope visited with Kelli Jackson and Stephanie Allred about the work of advancing community and individual resilience in preventing suicide.


Keeping The Elderly Safe From Scams

Nov 1, 2016
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The elderly lose billions a year to scammers who prey on the best intentions of seniors, or scare them into sending them money.

Domestic Violence: A Story of Survival

Oct 7, 2016

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a time to look at an issue that many times remains hidden in our society. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Tazvah Jackson about her story of a relationship that led to domestic abuse, how she escaped, and her advice to others who are suffering through domestic violence.

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