- FCSJ Home
- Food Projects
- External Links
We hope you will join us for a conversation on cooking as a form of political resistance and activism!
Free and open to the public!
This book talk will address food equity and is inspired by the aphorism that it’s better to “build a longer table, not a higher fence.” Julia will talk about her work as a is a practical and proactive response to the blatant gender and racial discrimination that plagues the food industry and share her cookbooks and writing about the role of food in activism and social change.
Julia's books will be on sale at the event for signing!
Sponsors: Student Experiences & Engagement - Center for Civic Engagement, Human Services Resource Center, School of Language, Culture, and Society, Diversity & Cultural Engagement, Orange Media Network, Food, Culture, and Social Justice, The Anarres Project for Alternative Futures, and Grassroots Books & Music.
Accommodations for disabilities may be made by contacting the Center for Civic Engagement at 541-737-3041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.