Identify a problem or issue with the food and food production aspect of existing carceral practices. Imagine you seeking to intervene in some way to address this problem or issue. How would you frame the issue and what strategy or strategies would you employ? Why? What would success look like?

Identify a problem or issue with the food and food production aspect of existing carceral practices. Imagine you seeking to intervene in some way to address this problem or issue. How would you frame the issue and what strategy or strategies would you employ? Why? What would success look like?
This essay is intended to evaluate your understanding and critical reflection on course materials and concepts.
Please focus on the Canadian aspect of food and food production while also touching on the United States perspective. Stick to the resources provided for information! OUtside research is not required and not encouraged. However, if outside research is used, it must be correctly cited.

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