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This event will feature 10-15 student speakers and performers with a range of identities and academic interests. These bite-size performances highlight student work, experience, cultural traditions, and creative expression surrounding local, regional, and global approaches to food justice.

Featured performers:
Jennifer Guo - Remembering Wai-Po. A story about one’s journey through grief.
Holly Smith - Blackbelt Kimchi; The story of my dad becoming part of my mom's Korean family through the introduction of kimchi.
Taylor Kaili McKenzie - The Future of Hawaiian Food Ways: Food Sovereignty from a Kanaka ʻŌiwi Paradigm
Mira Simonton-Chao - Cultivating Generational Knowledge: Fermentation traditions in Asian American diasporic communities
Anne-Marie Atanga - Food: The Currency of Life
Meera S Kumar - Urban farming isn't from the future: a talk on Detroit's centuries-old commitment to food justice
Jack O’Brien - Food Justice and Immigrant Justice; Community Gardens as spaces of trust-building, anti-racism and community building in Dublin, Ireland.
Lita Ray - Mcdonald's, Meat, and Being Raised by A Man Meets Social Justice.

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