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Beverly Bell

Beverly Bell

Beverly Bell has worked for more than three decades as an advocate, organizer and writer in collaboration with social movements in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the US. Her focus areas are just economies, democratic participation and gender justice. Beverly currently serves as associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies and coordinator of Other Worlds. She is author of "Walking on Fire: Haitian Women Stories of Survival and Resistance" and of "Fault Lines: Views Across Haiti's Divide." She is also a member of Truthout's Board of Advisers.

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Defending Indigenous Lands and Waters in Honduras: The Case of Rio Blanco

By Beverly Bell and Tory Field, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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The Ancestral Values We Inherited: Protecting Indigenous Water, Land and Culture in Mexico

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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We Don't Have Life Without Land: Holding Ground in Honduras

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

Land to the Tillers: Responses to Land Grabs

By Beverly Bell and Tory Field, Other Worlds | Op-Ed

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Food for Body, Food for Thought, Food for Justice: People's Grocery in Oakland, California

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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Food Justice: Connecting Farm to Community

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series
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