Come join us for two inspiring dialogues on food/agricultural problems and on visions for food democracy in Hawai’i and beyond!
Frances Moore Lappé, the world-renowned democracy advocate, author (Diet for a Small Planet, Hope’s Edge, Liberation Ecology, World Hunger, Twelve Myth among many), and food and hunger expert, will be featured at the Umematsu and Yasu Watada Lecture Series on November 5-6 at Church of the Crossroads.
November 5 (7 pm)
“Food Democracy: Ideas and Stories to Liberate Our Food Systems”
November 6 (9 am)
“Diet for a Small Island: Visioning Food Democracy in Hawai'i.”
Panelists: State Senator Carol Fukunaga, Eric Enos (Ka'ala Farms), Dr. Ted Radovich (University of Hawai'i College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources), Hi'ilei Kawelo (Paepae o He'eia), and Frances Moore Lappé.
Talks are free and open to public. Both talks are at Church of the Crossroads, 1212 University Avenue, Honolulu. Tel: 808-949-2220. http://churchofthecrossroadshawaii.org/