The last chapter of my dissertation is about the work Food Empowerment Project is doing against slavery in the cocoa industry. They are having a special event on November 9th. It’s in the Northern California Area. Hope you can make it. The info is below.
Issue in Focus: The Chocolate Industry
Date: Saturday, November 9th
TimeL 6:00pm until 9:00pm in PST
|·||Come join the Food Empowerment Project for our first ever public event. We will be in the heart of the Mission showing two short films:
The Dark Side of Chocolate
We will have raffles, food, and beverages as well as a Q&A and short video about cows in the dairy industry.
Additionally, we will be using this as a chance to gather donations for a local food bank.
We are asking for a suggested donation: $10 for general public, and $5 for students.
Contact:lauren Ornelas Founder/Executive Director Food Empowerment Project P.O. Box 7322 Cotati, CA 94931 530.848.4021 www.foodispower.org www.veganmexicanfood.com
Because your food choices can change the world
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Please watch Blackfish and encourage others to see it on CNN, October 24th: http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/12/showbiz/movies/blackfish-documentary-exclusive-clip