The contributors investigate the discriminatory implementation of rules with gentrified hipsters often receiving preferential treatment over traditional immigrants food trucks as part of community economic development and food trucks role in cultural identity formation. Food trucks cultural identity and social justice from loncheras to lobsta love you read the blog now read the book coming in august 2017 in the mit press food health and the environment series . The recent book they edited food trucks cultural identity and social justice from loncheras to lobtsa love mit press brings together fourteen essays that reveal how cities as diverse as new york durham north carolina portland oregon montral and los angeles accommodate a thriving food vendor culture or in some cases are at . Social justice migrant history and identity are the themes of this book that looks at food history and business history in the context of food trucks in the united states and canada the authors of the fifteen essays in this collection consider the effects of race class and power on entrepreneurialism and criminalization in the mobile food . Food trucks cultural identity and social justice julian agyeman caitlin matthews hannah sobel published by the mit press agyeman julian matthews caitlin sobel hannah
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