Films Changing the World: Food for the Rest of Us

World Food Day Screening

As climate change forces us to rethink our relationship to the land that feeds us, meet inspiring young people across the continent leading a revolution to a better world, from the ground up! An Indigenous-owned, youth run organic farm in Hawaii, a Black urban grower in Kansas City, a female Kosher Butcher in Colorado working with the Queer Community, and an Inuit community in the Northwest Territories employing traditional harvesting methods to grow fresh produce in a community greenhouse—these food activists are using new ways of farming and living to fight back against oppressive systems, and secure an alternative path to our culinary future.

Featuring a live post-screening Q&A, guests to be announced.

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Films Changing the World: Food for the Rest of Us

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