Food Chains documentary Wednesday, April 19

Learn about the inequities in our food production system and what we can do about it. 

JoseChapa 3Jose Chapa works for Rural & Migrant Ministry as the Justice for Farmworkers Legislative Campaign Coordinator.  Jose is originally from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and as a youth worked and traveled with his family as a migrant farmworker in the fields of the panhandles of Texas and Iowa. He graduated from Wesleyan University in Connecticut where he majored in American Studies with a concentration in Ethnic Studies. Jose has also worked as a paralegal and accredited representative focusing on immigration in South Texas as well as in New York City, and also has experience as an organizer and in public relations..  

NDamico 3Noelle Damico is a Senior Fellow at the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative.  She has worked side-by-side with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) organizing institutional and grassroots involvement in the CIW’s Campaign for Fair Food since 2001 and is a member of the board of directors of the Fair Food Standards Council that monitors the CIW's internationally recognized Fair Food Program covering tens of thousands of farmworkers in seven states. An expert in the field of forced labor, human rights, and corporate accountability, Noelle lectures widely on these topics including at the Organisation for Security for Cooperation in Europe and US Department of Justice. Her work with the CIW has been featured in the NY Times, LA Times, CBS, PBS and NPR.


these directions to the school's main entrance and follow the signs to the Fonseca Center. There will be signs inside directing you to the Experimental Theater, which is on the 2nd floor. You may also wish to check out the campus map.


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