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URBAN FOOD POLICY FORUM | Food Policy and the 2020 Elections: What to Put on the Table

  • CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy 55 West 125th Street New York, NY 10027 (map)

How can food be a tool to engage communities? What might be some common goals, messages, and strategies for food, democracy, climate change and civil rights groups leading into the 2020 election? Could a New York City and State Food Policy Agenda for 2020 unify different constituencies? On November 29, join the CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute to explore these and other key questions in this post-election Urban Food Policy Forum!



Moderator:  Craig Willingham, Deputy Director, CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute.

KAREN SPANGLER suggests the following:

DENNIS DERRYCK suggests the following:

ROBIN VITALE suggests the following:

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