Parent activists versus the corporation: A fight for school food sovereignty

Sarah Riggs Stapleton

This is an uplifting evidence-based assessment of what it takes to successfully campaign against corporate power. Schools are an essential site for childhood nutrition. The parents in this study developed sustained and collective bargaining power over the course of a decade resulting in improved nutrition. This case study is a reminder that providing good nutrition in schools requires communities to have sovereignty and ownership over decision making. This article is restricted access.

This resource presents evidence or data but has not been peer reviewed