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May 10/6-8 PM Film on Venezuela’s Food Revolution!‏

Join the Wagner Food Policy Alliance + the Food EDU community, and the Bolivarian Circle Alberto Lovera for a special screening of Growing Change, community-‐led revolution for a just food system in Venezuela.

Come learn how Venezuela is building a new food system from the ground up through powerful and inspiring footage and commentary straight from the heart of Venezuela’s food revolution. Featuring Venezuelan farmers, fishers, and community leaders plus leading figures in the global food movement.

The film will be followed by first-hand reports from participants in a recent food sovereignty delegation to Venezuela.

About the film: Growing Change is an inspiring new documentary that looks at one of the most exciting experiments in the world to grow a fair and sustainable food system. In Venezuela, from fishing villages to cacao plantations to urban gardens, a growing social movement is showing what’s possible when communities, not corporations, start to take control of food.

Check out the trailer:

For more information about this documentary: http://www.simoncunich.com.au/

for more information on food sovereignty in Venezuela:
http://wp.me/puMTZ-7H

Unfortunately we have had to change the date of the activity. Please forgive any inconvenience.

From  Thursday, April 26 6-‐8 PM

To Thursday, May 10 6-8 PM

Jimmy’s 43, 43 East 7th Street (back room)
Please use the form below to RSVP, as seating is limited.
http://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHZOQnBj
V0xNb0Zzb3dheFhmdjUwZXc6MQ

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