The Food Justice Summit is taking place at the DECC in Duluth, MN, November 4-6, 2019. They’re working hard to make it as inclusive as possible! Scholarship apps due today, Sept. 16th!
They are expanding their programming for Native and African American communities. Their scholarship deadline is today, Sept. 16th. If you are from an under-represented community and are doing food justice work, or are interested in learning how you can be helpful to the movement, send in an application today!
Their keynote speakers are:
Amani Olugbala, Community Educator associated with Soul Fire Farms. Bio from Soul Fire website: “a storyteller who weaves music, film, speech and poem into art that highlights social injustice, honors the ancestors and demands for change.”
Sean Sherman, The Sioux Chef, Bio from website: “main culinary focus has been on the revitalization and awareness of indigenous foods systems in a modern culinary context.”
Click the “Food Justice Summit Scholarship Form” below to access the PDF. You can fill it out and return the form to Amy Shanafel. You can call / email Amy at: 612-626-9192 / email@example.com.
Food Justice Summit Scholarship Form
Here’s the Food Justice Website link: http://stagetimeproductions.com/fjs/
To register for the summit, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/food-justice-summit-2019-tickets-69120205395
More information on the Food Justice Summit (FJS):
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
“Moving Towards Justice. Ensure that overlooked communities have voice, presence, and power in shaping Minnesota’s food system.
To develop a shared understanding and common language across sectors and cultural perspectives in areas of tension in the food system
Build a more cohesive and statewide understanding on the root causes of food insecurity and the role justice plays in healthy and sustainable food systems”
WHY YOU SHOULD COME
- Inspiring stories from food justice leaders in Minnesota and beyond.
- Networking with people engaged in all aspects of food from farmers to hunger relief to public health and grassroots organizers.
- Strategic conversations on actions needed to create a food system that works for everyone.
- Workshops on a wide range of topics from indigenous foods to advocacy for beginners.