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This article examines the public school food system in Buffalo, New York, for a just transition (Movement Generation, n. d.). School food programs built on just transition characteristics democratize engagement, decentralize decision-making, diversify the economy, decrease consumption, and redistribute resources and power.


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Gilbert, J., Schindel, A. E., & Robert, S. A. (2018). Just transitions in a public school food system: The case of Buffalo, New York. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Suppl. 2), 95–113.