Hunger, Whiteness and Religion in Neoliberal Britain : An Inequality of Power, Hardback Book

Hunger, Whiteness and Religion in Neoliberal Britain : An Inequality of Power Hardback

Hardback

  • Information

Description

Exploring why food aid exists and the deeper causes of food poverty, this book addresses neglected dimensions of traditional food aid and food poverty debates. It argues that the food aid industry is infused with neoliberal governmentality and shows how food charity upholds Christian ideals and white privilege, maintaining inequalities of class, race, religion and gender.

However, it also reveals a sector that is immensely varied, embodying both individualism and mutual aid. Drawing upon lived experiences, it documents how food sharing amid poverty fosters solidarity and gives rise to alternative modes of food redistribution among communities.

By harnessing these alternative ways of being, food aid and communities can be part of movements for economic and racial justice.

Information

£80.00

£65.53

Information