Manhattanville's MFA in Creative Writing presents the Second Annual Food Justice Conference: HUNGER.
Join us for a day of discussion and storytelling to raise awareness and inspire action about hunger and sustainable food production in our region. Events include panel discussions and a locally sourced dinner followed by open mic storytelling.
Sustainable Materials Management, Inc. will be participating in the panel discussion "Fighting Food Waste in Westchester: Strategies for Home, School, the Workplace & Beyond".
Following the panels there will be a locally sourced dinner and discussion with Otis Gray, producer of the podcast “Hungry.” Gray's podcast explores what we eat, where it comes from, and the cooks who make it—and tells stories we don’t normally get to hear about feeding our world.
Panel discussions and storytelling free and open to the public. Dinner requires a $25 registration.
Event Info: Saturday, September 29, 2 pm - 10 pm at the Manhattanville College Berman Center.
See you there!