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Comfort Azubuko

Comfort Azubuko

Comfort Azubuko-Udah is a doctoral student at UCLA where her work focuses on environmental justice and the politics of storytelling, particularly in conversation with global politics in postcolonial spaces. 

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Portable Cultures, Food futures: How to Make Injera in Los Angeles

Residents of cosmopolitan cities seeking a food future with multicultural food experiences face unique challenges when searching for the perfect balance between local and global influences and ingredients. 
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Edible City: Privileging Tree Aesthetics Misses Opportunity to Feed Our Urban Food Supply

What would the city look like if we considered the food potential of the trees we plant in our city, in addition to their functionality as ornament, erosion control and shade? 
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