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Sustainable Food Systems: Workshop on June 14, 2011

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Keynote address by John W. Boyd, Jr., President of the National Black Farmers Association; Preview screening of Food Deserts In a Land of Plenty. Angela Odoms-Young and Noel Chavez of University of …

Keynote address by John W. Boyd, Jr., President of the National Black Farmers Association; Preview screening of Food Deserts In a Land of Plenty. Angela Odoms-Young and Noel Chavez of University of Illinois. Richard Ryan, ADM;
register at foodworkshopjune14ipha.eventbrite.com
foodnutrtionipha@gmail.com


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  • 1. The Food and Nutrition Section of the Illinois Public Health Association invites you to a workshop at the 2011 IPHA Annual Meeting Sustainable Food Systems Building the Foundation for Prepared Communities Keynote address by Preview screening of Food Deserts In a John W. Boyd, Jr. Land of Plenty President of the A new documentary on National Black Farmers Illinois’ statewide food Association issues Panel discussion with Sarah Carlson Richard A. Ryan Director and Producer of Archer Daniels Midland, Food Deserts In a discussing the global role of Land of Plenty ADM in the food system Noel Chávez Angela Odoms-Young University of Illinois at University of Illinois at Chi- Chicago, offering an cago, presenting findings international food systems from the African American perspective Obesity Prevention Network Tuesday, June 14, 2011Objectives of the workshop Participants will be able to name the components of a sus- 12:00pm – 3:00pm tainable food system, and how they promote resilient, pre- pared communities. Westin Lombard Yorktown Center Participants will describe examples of inequities in the pre- sent food system experienced by rural, suburban and urban Lombard, Illinois dwellers, farmers, people of color and low income people, Space is limited. Register for IPHA and proposed policy solutions. Annual Meeting at www.ipha.com. Participants will be able to describe specific ways in which Please register for the workshop at they can work together across sectors and organizations to promote a policy agenda that supports equal access to foodworkshopjune14ipha.eventbrite.com. healthy food and prepared communities. Contact: foodnutritionipha@gmail.com