Judy Bankman | Civil Eats


Judy Bankman is a solutions-focused journalist covering health equity, food sovereignty, and sustainable food systems. Her work has appeared in Civil Eats, The Counter, Reasons to Be Cheerful, The Daily Yonder, and more. She is based in Portland, Oregon, and holds a Master of Public Health from New York University.

A Native-led Land Trust Is Working to Empower Indigenous Youth Through Kelp Farming

Sugar kelp remnants from Native Conservancy's test site in Simpson Bay, Prince William Sound. (Photo By Tesia Bobrycki)

The Collective Farm Helping Oregon’s Latinx Farmworkers Weather the Pandemic

Joel Pelayo sells chiles at the Mercado del Valley. (Photo credit: Gorge Grown)

Brazil’s New Dietary Guidelines: Cook and Eat Whole Foods, Be Wary of Ads

Junk Food Marketing Makes Big Moves in Developing Countries

India and the Hidden Consequences of Nutrition Transition

Where Food Injustice Wanders Next: South Africa

The Little Emperor’s Burger

Mexico: Public Health, Rising Obesity and the NAFTA Effect