Race, Food, and Justice Conference Registration
ANALYZING THE URBAN FOOD MOVEMENT THROUGH A SOCIAL JUSTICE LENS
Race, Food & Justice Conference
ANALYZING THE URBAN FOOD MOVEMENT THROUGH A SOCIAL JUSTICE LENS
April 19 - 20, 2018

Environmental Health Watch, Rid-All Green Partnership, and Case Western Reserve University's Social Justice Institute are coming together in 2018 for the Race, Food & Justice Conference: Analyzing the Urban Food Movement Through a Social Justice Lens! Policy makers, non-profit organizations, local universities and community residents will engage in an ongoing dialog that addresses history, policy, organizing, race and racism; how these factors contribute to liberation and/or root causes of health disparities we see manifested within our community.

The two-day conference will be held on Case Western Reserve University Campus from Thursday, April 19th through Friday, April 20th , 2018.

THE CONFERENCE IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY.

Thursday, April 19, 2018 // 5 - 8:30pm
RECEPTION: 5-6pm
Hovorka Atrium, in Clapp Hall
2080 Adelbert Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS and PANEL DISCUSSION: 6-8:30pm
Strosacker Auditorium
2180 Adelbert Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Allyson Carpenter, Political Science and Community Development, Howard University Graduate
Keymah Durden III, Co-Founder, Rid-All Green Partnership Urban Agriculture Regional Training Center

PANELIST:
Sophia Buggs, Proprietor and Operator, Lady Buggs Farm

MODERATOR: State Senator Sandra Williams

Friday, April 20, 2018 // 5-8:30pm
RECEPTION: 5-6pm
Ford Auditorium
11000 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 6-8:30
Ford Auditorium
Dr. Monica White, University of Madison-Wisconsin
Malik Yakini, D-Town Farms, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network

MODERATOR: Dr. Timothy S. Black, Social Justice Institute of Case Western Reserve University

Transportation Information
**PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION**
The University Circle area is well served by public transportation and, with parking always at a premium, we encourage participants to consider RTA. The closest Red Line Rapid (light train) stops are at Cedar University and Little Italy. The campus is also on multiple bus routes and the Health Line. To plan your trip, visit the RTA website at www.riderta.com.

**THURSDAY/FRIDAY PARKING**
FREE street metered parking after 6pm. Parking garages are located on Adelbert Road, Ford Drive, and on East Boulevard.

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