This event will feature 10-15 student speakers and performers with a range of identities and academic interests. These bite-size performances highlight student work, experience, cultural traditions, and creative expression surrounding local, regional, and global approaches to food justice. Previous performers have shared songs about de-commodifying food and why we should serenade our avocado toast, poetic homages to Black visionaries in the food system, narratives of cultural recovery through food service, and multimedia guides of how to reintroduce joy and abundance into growing and eating. A reception will follow the event.
Student organizer contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audience: students, employees & community
Registration Form coming soon!