Ray Levy Uyeda | Civil Eats


Ray Levy-Uyeda is a freelance writer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work has appeared in Mic, Teen Vogue, and elsewhere.

Decolonizing Regenerative Cattle Ranching

Kelsey Scott (left) and Monte Scott (right) pose together in front of a herd of cattle on the families' ranch in the Cheyenne River Reservation. (Photo credit: Jennifer Zeller)

Dr. Robert Bullard: ‘We Don’t Have 40 Years’ to Fight for Climate Justice

Robert Bullard leads a delegation from HBCUs during the People's Climate March.

Could Price Parity, Supply Management Change the Game for BIPOC Farmers?

bipoc farmers harvesting crops to sell for parity pricing at the farmers market

The Awafi Kitchen Connects Iraqi and Jewish Food Cultures

Annabel Rabiyah holding a platter of zangula at a Jewish food festival

A New Native Seed Cooperative Aims to Rebuild Indigenous Foodways

A hand holding native seeds. Photo courtesy of Rowen White

Red Wing United is Building Power in Laredo, ‘The Last Place to Get Aid’

a collage of photos of the work of Red Wing United doing their work to feed and support residents of Laredo.