Food Security In Migrant Communities Lecture
Good Food and Good Fortune: Food Security In Migrant Communities
Good health is good fortune, but having money doesn’t always translate to good food and health.
What is food security and what does that look like to different migrant and cultural communities? In this lecture, Colin Dring, the Executive Director of Richmond Food Security Society will speak to common challenges facing these communities to enjoying food security and how his organization is tackling these issues in the intercultural landscape of Richmond and Metro Vancouver.
When: Saturday November 16th 2-4pm
Location: Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 Columbia Street, Vancouver
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This lecture is part of the Multicultural Foods in B.C. – Photography Contest and Exhibition Project. Nov. 9 – Dec. 22, 2013 Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm.
Free admission.Photo credit:
– Braided Garlic on Salt Spring by Elise Barber