Food Security Advocacy and Activism Among Post-Secondary Students: A Case Study of Lakehead University

In this MA thesis, using a feminist intersectional case study approach, the author examines how the identities of student activists influence their activism and advocacy on food insecurity on campus at Lakehead University. Gender, race, class, and student status (i.e., full time or part-time, and domestic or international student) all influence students’ abilities to take up food activism and advocacy.

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