Should I close the Anti Breast Is Best Shop?: Examining the greater consequences of critiquing social injustice

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Maybe you know or you do not know that at least two years ago I opened up a Zazzle store online that I eventually termed the ‘Anti Breast Is Best Shop’. It happened as a result of being a bit (or more) irritated with the ‘fluff’ around breastfeeding and how injustice was overlooked — Why were the reasons that caused these […]

Ending Environmental Racism and Preserving Culture: Breastfeeding as traditional food

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I’ve been giving a lot of thought to the Race Conference I attended a few weeks ago. This year’s theme was Building Community to End Environmental Racism, and the first workshop I sat in on was on Native American Culture. During this one titled Indigenous Wisdom (s), Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Public Health, the main […]

Book Review + Giveaway :: TAINTED MILK: breastmilk, feminisms, and the politics of environmental degradation (Closed)

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TAINTED MILK: breastmilk, feminisms, and the politics of environmental degradation by Maia Boswell-Penc takes a conscious-raising look at environmental pollution and breastmilk,  and its effect at a national and global level. It examines the politics behind infant nourishment, and looks at why the issue of contamination is repeatedly disregarded by those organizations and groups who would […]