Huerto de la Familia: “Who Picks Your Food? A Place for Labor at the Table”

October 25, 2013
12:00 pmto5:00 pm

Huerto_flyer UO Law School
Rm 175
Free Event

supported by a grant from Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics

The nonprofit organization Huerto de la Familia (Family Garden) is holding a two-day event “Who Picks Your Food? A Place for Labor at the Table” to promote food justice, immigrant rights and better labor conditions for food industry workers. Each includes food, films and testimonials.

Program and schedule here:

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