- Luz combines farming, writing, cooking, and activism to battle climate change and food injustice.
- Along with intergenerational BIPOC queer and trans folk, they have organized around the interconnected issues of gender, race, and food.
- They have written about farming and foraging for Autostraddle and Serious Eats.
A member of the Puerto Rican diaspora who grew up in Harlem, Luz Cruz is a queer, trans farmer, writer, and activist who organizes around the issues of gender, race, and food.
They have contributed their knowledge of farming and foraging to publications like Autostraddle and Serious Eats, and was a founding member of the Cuir Kitchen Brigade, a New York-based collective of queer, trans Latinx friends who responded to Puerto Rico's food insecurities following Hurricane Maria.
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