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Social Justice & the Culinary Tradition Film Series

Film Series, Spring Focus

Welcome to the Social Justice and the Culinary Tradition Film Series. The guide provides the schedule of  three films being shown this semester and highlights books, videos, websites, and other resources  related to each film and it's social justice theme.

Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities (Britannica). Food and social justice impact everyone's lives in one way or another. This spring, the Alice Statler Library, in collaboration with the Culinary Arts and Hospitality department, is showing three films that explore the culinary tradition and food systems  and the intersection with social justice - specifically how it impacts three different segments of society - women, community and family.   A Fine Line  explores women and the restaurant industry's historical glass ceiling, Food For the Rest of Us  showcases farming and community action and Changing Seasons examines generational differences and family relations between a father and daughter on a farm.  Each showing will include a discussion after the film showing.

Come join us!

Schedule of Events

A Fine Line:   A Women's Place is in the Kitchen

A Fine Line: A Woman's Place is in the Kitchen

Wednesday March 22, 2023 

3pm

Ocean Campus, Statler Wing, Smith Hall , Room 14

Food for the Rest of Us

Food for the Rest of Us

 

 

Wednesday April 19, 2023 

3pm

Ocean Campus, Statler Wing, Smith Hall , Room 14

Changing Seasons

Changing Seasons

Wednesday May 17, 2023

3pm

Ocean Campus, Statler Wing, Smith Hall , Room 14


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