write about a food-power relationship that is personal to you and/or your community (community can be defined any way you like. For example, family, friends, country, religion, neighborhood, school, etc.) or to write about one of the food-power relations we discussed in class or even a food-power that has meaning to you even if it’s not something we discussed in class. You can write in the first or third person, as you like.
Make sure to include the following elements:
Name the food or food-related item (crop, trees, eating/cooking utensils, etc) you are writing about.
Clearly identify the power relations involved (gender roles, age, race/ethnicity, migration, colonialism, imperialism, etc.).
Explain how and why this specific food or food-related item is linked to a power relationship.
Explain the reasons why the specific food-power relationship you selected is meaningful for you.
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