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      FOOD SOVEREIGNTY AND JUSTICE: HOW OUR FOOD SYSTEM WORKS, AND DOESN’T in Suquamish


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      June 3, 2018

      Sunday   2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

      18732 Division Ave. NE,
      Suquamish, Washington 98392

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      FOOD SOVEREIGNTY AND JUSTICE: HOW OUR FOOD SYSTEM WORKS, AND DOESN’T

      Learn more about food justice and food sovereignty! Be a part of growing a more just food system! To start “changing the food system,” it helps to understand the way food gets to our plates, and what alternative systems might be. We’ll look at the global economic, social, and political forces that surround and affect how we grow and eat our food.
      Hear about the social movements that are changing our food system. Who are the people fighting the injustices of our food system? How do we build a food system where everyone has access to good food regardless of income?
      At the local level, hear about efforts to increase food justice through projects such as The Giving Garden in Kingston.
      Featured Speakers:
      Kathy Curry, The Giving Garden, Kingston
      http://www.growkingston.org/Giving-Garden.html
      Kelly Lake, Food Justice Project Co-Chair Community Alliance for Global Justice
      https://cagj.org/food-justice/

      Categories: Education | Politics & Activism

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