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Village Building Convergence Happening Now through June 1st

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Educational Equity, Justice System, Social Justice, Sustainability |

City Repair is holding their annual Village Building Convergence now through Sunday June 1st. This festival is all about place making by creating public spaces through painting intersections, planting gardens, and natural building structures like benches and ovens. All over the city, including right here on the PSU Campus, projects are happening. There are...

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Research to Action: Food Systems Event at PSU this Friday 5/16

Posted by on May 13, 2014 in Educational Equity, Social Justice, Sustainability |

“The Research to Action Symposium is an opportunity for researchers, practitioners, and community members to share their work in five-minute, lightning-round presentations. The event allows attendees the chance to hear about and inform our collective efforts to address food systems issues and to explore connections, develop networks, and build...

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Law & Disorder Conference at PSU May 9th-11th

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in Educational Equity, Justice System, Social Justice, Sustainability, Uncategorized |

The 5th Annual Law & Disorder Conference is this weekend (May 9th-11th) at PSU. People from all walks of life from radical to academic are welcome to join in on the FREE discussions, lectures, panels, and workshops. The focus this year will be to “establish collaboration between individuals, organizations and collectives working on issues related...

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Communities of Practices: Food Equity

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Social Justice, Sustainability |

Food has the ability to nourish us, feed us, and even heal us. But is our relationship with food healthy? We will explore our relationship to food on a personal and societal level and discuss questions like: How sustainable and equitable is our food system? What is healthy food? Are we connected with the food we eat? How can we honor and celebrate our food?...

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