Just Food and Fair Food: Experts Discuss Nutrition, Food Justice in Doheny Library
On Friday, March 1, the USC Libraries welcomed a capacity crowd for Just Food and Fair Food: A Multidisciplinary Exploration. Presented by USC Visions and Voices, the event explored issues at the intersection of nutrition, urban policy, and social justice through a panel discussion and also featured a fair-food bazaar. To learn more about the event, check out this companion resource guide with suggestions for further reading and research, prepared by the USC Libraries' Rita Romero, Chimene Tucker, and Sue Tyson.
Attendees lined up early to hear the panel of writers and other experts:
The panel discussion was followed by a fair-food bazaar in the Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall: