Saturday, April 8, 2017
Kellogg Music Center
Diversity and equity in food has become increasingly relevant in the national dialogue about immigration, minimum wage, and local food movements. We hope to provide a forum for discussion of this theme across a variety of disciplines and perspectives that will allow us to frame food equity in a useful way that can lead to productive solutions.
Please join us for the fourth annual ThinkFOOD Conference hosted by the Center for Food Studies at Bard College at Simon’s Rock. This year's theme is Equity and Inclusion in Food.
More information available at simons-rock.edu/thinkfood
Registration and fees: Registration Form 2017