Posts Tagged ‘social justice’

Baked Goods Not Bank Bailouts!

Monday, November 1st, 2010
On Thursday, November 4, Keith McHenry, co-founder of the 30 year-old social justice activist organization Food Not Bombs, is coming to Kirksville to give his presentation, “Baked Goods Not Bank Bailouts!”

He will be at Truman’s campus for the afternoon, then will be speaking in Magruder 2001 from 8-9:30.

We provided the impetus for this to happen, and Kate Seaton along with Truman State University’s Peace Fellows, Students for Social Change, Environmental Campus Organization, Truman in Africa, The Communiversity Garden and the President’s Sustainability Action Committee, have funded it and made it become a reality.

Here’s a description of the event from the Facebook Event:

Come one come all to hear Keith McHenry, co-founder of the organization Food Not Bombs speak about their current project Baked Goods Not Bank Bailouts! There will be a lecture, short film, demonstration of a solar oven, potentially some delicious breads, and a Q&A session.

Thanks to all of them for carrying on this exciting event for Kirksville!

Join the Facebook Event and spread the word!