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    1. Labor Rights/Human Rights: Organizing Food Workers - Human Rights Archive - Teaching with Primary So

      Labor Rights/Human Rights: Organizing Food Workers - Human Rights Archive - Teaching with Primary

    2. Law - Food Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Why, What and How We Eat - LibGuides at Duke Uni

      Law - Food Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Why, What and How We Eat - LibGuides at Duke

    3. New Orleans’ Nourishing Networks: Foodways and Municipal Markets in the Nineteenth Century Global So

      and cried out to passersby to purchase freshly caught oysters and steaming loaves of French bread. Food

    4. Study Zone Policies | Duke University Libraries

      ) Absolute Quiet and Food Free The following zones are absolute quiet  and food free. Refrain from eating

    5. The Edge Space Use Guidelines | Duke University Libraries

      furniture prior to your event and returning the room to its original setup after the event. Food & Catering

    6. Village Potential Statistics (PODES) Dataset — Indonesia | Duke University Libraries

      agriculture sub-sector (food crops, horticulture, plantation, fishery, livestock, forestry) Housing

    7. https://library.duke.edu/sites/default/files/rubenstein/pdf/LaborRights_Summary.pdf

      have been Labor Rights/Human Rights: Organizing Food Workers ACCESS THIS RUBENSTEIN LIBRARY INSTRUCTION

    8. Meeting or Event Space Policies | Duke University Libraries

      or Event Space Policies Meeting Space Policies Event and Meeting Requests Accessibility AV Support Food

    9. Hartman Center Travel Grant Previous Recipients | Duke University Libraries

      "Safety for Our Souls: Food Activism and the Environmental and Women's Movements, 1960s- 1990s" Dr. Emily

    10. Prayer and Meditation Room | Duke University Libraries

      your personal belongings with you when you leave, and do not sleep or bring food into the space

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