In a tiny village in Senegal, the film below paints a portrait of a family living on the ragged edges of globalization. Questions of work and ambition arise as the family prepares for Tabaski, the biggest holiday of the year.
Archive for November 2010
video by Bryan Gibel and Elizabeth-Laure Njipwo Interview with Eric Holt-Gimenez, Executive Director of Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy from Bryan Gibel and Elizabeth-Laure Njipwo on Vimeo.
video by Laurel Moorhead and Lily Mihalik Central Valley Agriculture from Laurel Moorhead and Lily Mihalik on Vimeo.
video by Jerome Hubbard Technology and its impact on farming from Jerome Hubbard on Vimeo.
Q&A and photo slideshow by Paige Ricks Q: Are there crops grown in California that you believe would successfully grow in Africa? A: “In terms of the crops that are already grown [in Africa] that are similar to [California], we can provide new varieties and new technology to do better. I feel that there are […]