Part of the Just Food? event series.
How can local, community organizing around food challenge the industrial food system and the nonprofit industrial complex? What role does local food organizing serve in the age of Trump? And how should lawyers engage with community food justice movements?
Garrett M. Broad—researcher, activist, and Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University—will discuss his exploration of these issues in his 2016 book, More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change, and other writing, including “After the White House Garden: Food Justice in the Age of Trump.”
Sponsored by the Harvard Law School Food Law Society and the Food Law & Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School.
Vegan Asian lunch will be served.