Food Sustainability: A Matter of Justice
One in seven households in DC experiences some form of food insecurity. This is not an issue we can afford to ignore.
Join WIN's Health Policy and Environment Networks for a community conversation about food - learn and ask questions about sustainability, food insecurity and the food justice movement!
When: Tuesday, April 9, 2019 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Where: Dwell DC, located in the alley behind the 1200 block of Florida Ave NE, between Montello and Trinidad.
The location is accessible via the Rhode Island Ave metro stop. Please note: The event will be taking place on the second floor of the establishment. There is only a staircase and no elevator available.We are seeing if we can move to the first floor. If you have questions about mobility, please feel free to reach out.
For GPS purposes, you can use the address of 1200 Florida NE. Upon arrival at 1200 Florida NE, simply walk towards Morse Street, then turn right down the first alley entrance. Walk until you reach the double green barn doors.
Experts in the field will discuss what is at stake when we fail to live within our ecological limits and will provide background on relevant issues. Panelists will discuss important topics like the growth of corporate monopolies running our food systems, which causes increased harm to small and medium farmers, public health, and the environment. Our esteemed panel includes:
- Asha Carter from DC Greens
- Patty Lovera from Food and Water Watch
- Christina Badaracco--the author of The Farm Bill.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.