Nadra Nittle | Civil Eats


Nadra Nittle was a Senior Reporter for Civil Eats until 2021. She is currently an education reporter for The 19th News. Based in Los Angeles, she was previously a reporter for The Goods by Vox and was also on staff at the former Vox Media website Racked. She has worked for newspapers affiliated with the Digital First Media and Gannett/USA Today networks and freelanced for a variety of media outlets, including The Atlantic, ThinkProgress, KCET, and Nadra has covered several issues as a reporter, such as health, education, race, pop culture, and religion. She is the author of Toni Morrison's Spiritual Vision: Faith, Folktales, and Feminism in Her Life and Literature.

With Season 2, ‘High on the Hog’ Deepens the Story of the Nation’s Black Food Traditions

Stephen Satterfield and Jessica B. Harris watching the sunset at the beach, in a still from Netflix's High on the Hog Season 2. (Photo courtesy of Netflix)

Delta Fresh Foods Is Bringing Food Security to Northern Mississippi

picking lettuce in mississippi as part of delta fresh foods work

Mayukh Sen Celebrates Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized American Food Culture

mayukh sen and the cover of taste makers the book

Meet the Black Women Driving New Ag Policy

Black women farmer-politicians. From left: Kim Jackson of Georgia, Sonya Harper of Illinois, and Juanita Brent of Ohio.

On Pine Ridge Reservation, a Garden Helps Replace an 80-mile Grocery Trip

Rose Fraser harvesting potatoes in a garden on the Pine Ridge Reservation. (Photo courtesy of the Oyate Teca Project)

Narsiso Martinez is Painting the Plight of Farmworkers

Narsiso Martinez's work, "Ripe to You, 2020." Ink, Gouache, Charcoal, Acrylic, and Matte Gel on Cardboard from a Produce Box. (Photo courtesy of the artist)

‘High on the Hog’ Celebrates Black Contributions to Global Food and Culture

Dr. Jessica B. Harris and Stephen Satterfield shopping for okra at the Dantokpa Market in Benin.

Why Did It Take So Long for Food Companies to Rebrand their Racist Products?

a collage of racist food packaging on supermarket shelves

The Rise of Guaranteed Income Programs Could Offer a Lifeline for Food Workers

A waiter pours wine during dinner at Galatoire's Restaurant on May 22, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

This Doctor Is Working to Build Resilience and Land Justice for Communities of Color

Dr. Rupa Marya. (Photo credit: Jennifer Graham)