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Food Colonialism on the Hopi Indian Nation

Touch the Soil News #1523 (Feature photo – The Hopi Tribal Flag – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, Mario 1952)

Civil Eats journalist Linghua Qi brings is the story of food on the Hopi Indian Nation. Unlike food in mainstream America, most Hopi citizens must spend 100 hours a year driving to a grocery store which can be 100 miles away. The economics of living on a 2,500 square mile reservation where access to the necessities can be hours away must change. How the Hopi deal with this is explored and may have positive implications for the rest of the nation. You can read the full story here:

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