Alexandra Buck Toledo (2013 Byron Fellow) explores the differences between food security and food sovereignty on an exciting journey that takes her all the way to Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. As she travels the shores of the lake, the southern highlands and the salt flats of Bolivia, and experiences the contrasts of seeing the vibrant quinoa production in communities where the young have fled to look for work elsewhere, she asks herself: Is this food sovereignty? How is it a manifestation of eco-justice? Read the article here, and join Alex in a journey of contrast, deep reflection and the possibility for all of us to contribute to food justice.