Knowledge for better food systems

Workshop: Building powerful food stories - legacies of extraction, dispossession, and resistance, Denver, CO, US

This workshop on 5 April 2020 will discuss how storytelling can be used as a tool to respond to inequitable food systems. Participants who are interested in the following aspects of food are invited to take part: settler colonialism, agroecology and food sovereignty, social and environmental justice, labour and farmworkers rights, development and gentrification, resource extraction and conflicts, activism and policy making. 

The workshop is sponsored by Denver Urban Gardens, the Geographies of Food and Agriculture Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers and the Centre for Environmental Justice at Colorado State University.

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