Wednesday, April 20th, 6pm

Food Justice


Rasmussen Rotunda
North 15th & Lawrence
University of Puget Sound
Food Justice: What is it? What food injustices are there in our society? What needs to be done to create a more just food system? A community conversation exploring the social, environmental, political, and economic perspectives on how our most basic need (and right) is met, ranging from international food systems to your very own backyard.

Panelists from backgrounds ranging from farming to food banks will weigh in on obstacles and successes they have experienced in their efforts to forge a just food system.
Cosponsored by the Pierce County Gleaning Project & the Food Network.

For more information on this event and others like it, please visit our website at www.tacomapubliclibrary.org
or Call (253) 591-5666

Cost / Admission
free

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Contact Info
David Domkoski
ddomkoski@tacomapubliclibrary.org
253 591 5666
Location
Rasmussen Rotunda, University of Puget Sound
North 15th and Lawrence
Tacoma, WA, 98405
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Tags
community conversation, environmental science, Food Justice, neighborhood, panel, Rasmussen Rotunda, sustainability, Tacoma Public Library, Tacoma Reads Together, University of Puget Sound