This talk examines how trade policy and migration have altered one of the most basic elements of life: sustenance. It tells the story too often omitted in food politics books in the U.S., the binational story of the interdependent food system between Mexico and the U.S. and the consequences for people’s everyday lives and health of those interconnections.

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