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Karla Vasquez

Karla Vasquez

Karla T. Vasquez is a writer, food historian, food justice advocate and founder of SalviSoul, a cookbook storytelling project. Her work has been seen in Eater LA, LA Taco, Teen Vogue and others. Follow her on Instagram.

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Exploring How to Eat in Response to Climate Change

While many use words like fight, stand up or reverse to talk about climate change, Marina Zurkow and her collaborators are asking humans to re-think their diets and their place on the food chain.
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