8 Protests That Changed L.A.'s Food Scene | KCET
8 Protests That Changed L.A.'s Food Scene
In 2012, Proposition 37 -- which would have mandated the labeling of GMO foods -- sparked public protests throughout the state. Prop 37 was, of course, voted down, but its failure sparked the international movement March Against Monsanto, and the conversation concerning GMO labeling continues. And that's not the only time public demonstration has shaped the food landscape in California. From strikes by supermarket workers to Cesar Chavez and the UFW, here are eight photos depicting L.A. food protests over the decades.
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