Activists, urban farmers, and anybody who eats! Join us for a teach-in at Alchemy Collective Cafe.
What does a community-controlled food & farm economy look like? Join us for a facilitated discussion on strategies and examples of community control and community investment that are bringing back the notion of a "Food & Farm Commons."
The Law Center's Food & Farm Attorney, Neil Thapar, will present on the limitations of our current food & farm system, describe examples of community-controlled food and farm projects, and facilitate a Q & A session.
Presenter: Neil leads Sustainable Economies Law Center’s Food and Farm Program. He is passionate about building collective power within communities of color to recreate a healthy, just, and resilient food system. | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This teach-in is a part of the Law Center's Resilient Communities Legal Cafe. The Sustainable Economies Law Center provides direct legal support to individuals and groups who are working to create new solutions for resilient local economies. The Resilient Communities Legal Cafe is a first-come, first-serve, donation-based legal advice clinic, providing a collaborative space for community building and connecting.
This Legal Cafe is hosted by Alchemy Collective Cafe, a worker-owned cooperative business that serves delicious coffee and pastries! And, they host our Legal Cafes at NO CHARGE to the Law Center! Thanks, Alchemy!!!
Everyone is welcome to attend this cafe.
Interested in legal advice only? Please RSVP here.
1741 Alcatraz Ave
Berkeley, CA 94703
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