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Dreaming Ourselves Free - Collectively manifesting a world absent of state violence in the food system. Engaging in our common struggles of unjust food systems across nations and exchanging solutions to manifest new ways forward.
Join us as we hear from a dynamic panel of movement leaders in meaningful conversation about nonviolent food systems and the impacts of systemic racism, state violence and its harmful impact on BIPOC livelihoods. Panelists will identify what it takes to dismantle the structures and policies that perpetuate violence. Collectively, we will shift away from a food system of exploitation to a food system centered on equity, restoration and resilience. Together, we will move toward the big dream – what a world without violence in the food system will look like.
Date Thursday, August 13, 2020
Time 1pm - 2:00pm EST
Confirmed panelists Miriam Nobre, World March of Women Randolph Carr, National Black Food and Justice Alliance Nicole Yanes, NDN Collective Frances Perez-Rodriguez, La Finca Del Sur
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