Join us and the St. Frances Cabrini Food Justice Committee as we explore the topic of food security. Many of us take for granted that our grocery stores will always have food for us. Many around the world don't have that luxury and in the future, we may not either.
Admission: $10. Students: $5. (cash or checks). Doors open 3:45pm
Bill Moseley is professor of geography and director of African Studies with research interests in food security, tropical agriculture, environment and development policy, land reform, and fair trade.
Reginaldo Haslett-Maroquin is the CEO of Main Street Project and the architect of its Sustainable Food and Agriculture program.(mainstreetproject.org)