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Food Justice at the Intersection of Food, Politics, Art, and Culture
May 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$5 – $20
How can we create a world in which all Americans, regardless of income, geography, or race have access to healthful, fresh, affordable, and culturally appropriate food? In this interactive talk, Bryant Terry will take us on a journey of his more than two-decade career as a chef, author, publisher, and community builder committed to creating a healthful, just, and sustainable food system. From grassroots organizing to book publishing, Terry has employed cultural strategy, a field of practice that centers art, storytelling, media, and cooking (in Bryant’s case) to bring about social change. Through a dynamic presentation that includes singing and rapping, and fusing personal narrative with food politics, Terry will show us how to improve access to fresh food in our communities — whether that community is your campus, workplace, neighborhood, or your group of friends.
- May 16
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
- $5 – $20
- Event Categories:
- Equity, Food, Social Justice
2600 NW Collge Way
Bend, OR 97701 United States
- Central Oregon Communuty College (COCC) Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholar Program (VSP)
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