Hear from nationally known speakers at the 2016 Race, Food and Justice Conference

Race Food and Justice Conference logoThe Social Justice Institute, Environmental Health Watch and Rid-All Green Partnership will host the 2016 Race, Food and Justice Conference, “Analyzing the Urban Food Movement through a Social Justice Lens,” April 21-23.

Nationally known speakers and local activists will lead conversations about climate justice, sustainability, gentrification and food justice.

The following will give keynote addresses:

  • Julian Agyeman, professor of urban and environmental policy and planning at Tufts University;
  • Elizabeth C. Yeampierre, civil rights attorney and the Executive Director of UPROSE;
  • Dara Cooper, co-founder of The National Black Food and Justice Alliance; and
  • Denzel Austin Thompson, youth activist and creator of Philly’s Urban Creators.

To get the full conference agenda and register, visit case.edu/socialjustice/events/upcoming-events/rfj-conference/.