Friday, December 5, 2009, 6-9pm. Evening kick-off event at Garfield Community Center.
Saturday, December 6, 2009, 9-5:30pm: Seattle Central Community College

Panel discussion: “Confronting the Food Crisis.” Locally and fairly sourced lunch provided. Free and open to the public!

Join the Community Alliance for Global Justice and its partners to support a just, sustainable food economy! Participate in a range of discussions, panels, and hands-on workshops that help us to understand corporate control and build just alternatives with respect to local and global food systems. Topics include: Understanding the food economy of western Washington; Impacts of U.S. trade agreements and corporate influence on the food system; Strategies for local eating; Equitable access to healthy food; Farmers and Farm-workers speak for themselves; Organizing for Food Justice…and much more.

The new documentary about Pacific Northwest farmers, “GOOD FOOD” will be shown with the film makers in attendance, in addition to other films about food and farming issues.