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Food Justice Film Festival 2022 September 7, 2022

Posted by nrhatch in Books & Movies, Food & Drink, Sustainable Living.
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This free online film festival presented by the Center for Biological Diversity showcases six films addressing food justice.

Films are scheduled daily during September 15-18.

Featured Films:

Poisoning Paradise (Sept. 15)

Fruits of Labor (Sept. 16)

RETURN (Sept. 17)

From Gangs to Gardens (Sept. 17)

The Seed Saver (Sept. 17)

I’m Just A Layman in Pursuit of Justice:  Black Farmers Fight Against the USDA (Sept. 18)

Register by clicking “Sign up for FJFF 2022”, then go to Passes+ to get your free film festival pass!

Aah . . . that’s the ticket!

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1. Val Boyko - September 7, 2022

Thanks for this Nancy! Are they recording the series? I am off to Tuscany next week.

nrhatch - September 7, 2022

Enjoy some Tuscan food while you’re there, Val.

Some of these movies may be available on youtube, either now or when you get back.

2. mybeautfulthings - September 7, 2022

Those look fascinating – and really timely. 🙂

nrhatch - September 7, 2022

You could share the intel with your fellow growers at your allotment . . . or maybe even get together to watch one or two of the films. Enjoy!

3. mybeautfulthings - September 7, 2022

That’s really good idea. I’ll mention it to the committee for the next film night. 🙂

nrhatch - September 7, 2022

This one might be a good fit:

4. L. Marie - September 7, 2022

What a great festival! I love that it is free!

nrhatch - September 7, 2022

Me too! We have a long way to go to achieve food justice and education is key.

5. Debra - September 7, 2022

This is wonderful, Nancy! Thank you for sharing it. I’m definitely interested.

nrhatch - September 7, 2022

Offering free virtual attendance tickets is a good way to get the conversation started.


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