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Food for Thought Lecture Series: Food Justice in Maine

Monday, November 7

7:00 p.m.

Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities

Kassman Auditorium (Lovejoy 100), Colby College

This Roundtable conversation will involve four Maine non-profits discussing Food Justice in Maine. Joining us will be The Evening Sandwich Program (Maililani Bailey); Stone Soup Cafe (Maureen Ausbrook); Healthy Northern Kennebec (Alison Laplante); and Presente! Maine (Crystal Cron). This panel will be moderated by Gail Carlson (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Colby College).

The Food for Thought Lecture series is cosponsored by the Colby Museum, the Oak Institute for Human Rights, and the departments of African American Studies; American Studies; East Asian Studies; French and Italian; Performance, Theater, and Dance; Philosophy; Religious Studies; Science, Technology, and Society; and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

To learn more about this roundtable or the Food for Thought series, visit https://cah.colby.edu/events/.

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