Sign up for UPCOMING FOOD JUSTICE LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE SESSIONS, Deadline to apply February 17, 201

Announcing the long awaited Hattie Carthan Food Justice Leadership Course: Educating a new cadre of leaders to work against the arrogance of Ignorance and Structural Design Compromise in our institutions and systems If you already a part of our community or are living or dying to become a part of concrete change work we invite you to apply: Current Communities Include: Current volunteers Artists, drummers and musicians Market basket members and shoppers Youths Composters and Recyclers Herbal immersion participants Parents of toddlers in Hattie Carthan tiny tots gardening program Local gardeners cooperative growing food for our markets Chicken and bee keepers Renewable energy enthu

Sign up for UPCOMING FOOD JUSTICE LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE SESSIONS

Applications Available! Click here fill out and submit the application for the Hattie Carthan Food Justice Leadership Collective Session. ​ UPCOMING FOOD JUSTICE LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE SESSIONS Location TBD ​ Part 1: Food Justice Tenets & Principles / - Understanding Race and Class in the Food System February 25th 2017/ February 26th 2017, 10 am to 5pm ​ Part 2: Understanding the Food Movement / Charting a Vision for Community Equity March 18th 2017/March 19th 2017, 10am to 5pm

RAISE UP FOR WOMEN - February 9th, 7p -11p A Fundraiser to Benefit Women-Led Activism

Community! Come one, come all to this Fundraising Event for Women Led Activism Donations Welcome $ 1 to 100. Proceeds go to support Hattie Carthan Community Garden and others, including Make the Road, Vibe Theater Experience, My Sisyter's Place, Trans Women of Color Collective, and Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter. DJ sets and Performances at Industry City Distillery. See Flyer for more details!

Food Justice - Hattie Carthan Community Food Projects Video

Learn more about the Hattie Carthan Community Food Projects. Click here to watch the video! "The number one thing that I learned here is community. I never realized how important community was until I came here. Community is everyone coming and working together. If we have each other, we can't be stopped." - Dennis Glasgow, Urban Agriculure Youth Corp, Team Leader, 3rd Year Click here for a presentation of the Hattie Carthan Food Projects programs and continued commitment to Food Justice.

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