Food Justice and Democracy

Free
Sun Feb 23, 1:00 - 4:00 PM (EST)
Flywheel Arts Collective, 43 Main Street, Easthampton, MA  

Food Justice and Democracy

Trainer:

LaDonna Sanders Redmond is an activist and freedom fighter. Working on a range of issues from reproductive justice to developing alternatives to incarceration for first‐time drug offenders to urban agriculture to developing food co‐ops, Ms. Redmond believes that every community has the intellect to heal itself. She is currently the Equity and Inclusion Manager at River Valley Co‐op.

Class Description

While there are plenty of folks talking about food and agriculture, the connections between race, class, and gender are not discussed or are ignored. This presentation is an intersectional approach to food justice which focuses on dispelling the myth that ‘food desert’ is a phrase describing communities that require a just and fair food system. This presentation is the foundational workshop to help participants understand the why and what of Food Justice, changing the narrative of the Food Justice Movement to better represent how historical racial oppression causes food injustice today.

LaDonna Sanders Redmond

Flywheel Arts Collective, 43 Main Street, Easthampton, MA