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Saturday, February 4 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Women Deepening Food Justice from the Frontlines of the Front Range

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Join us for a panel of inspiring, outstanding food justice designers, growers, practitioners changing the food justice landscape on the Front Range. Join Fatuma Emmad of Sister Gardens, Neambe Leadon of Denver Food Rescue, and Asia Dorsey of Five Points Fermentation Co. with facilitator Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish. These women of color change-makers represent the best of the food justice movement by embodying complex ideals and theories with practice and community projects and businesses on the ground, feeding bellies, community, minds and imaginations.

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Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish

Energy & Climate Justice Program Manager, CU Environmental Center
Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish is the Energy & Climate Justice Manager at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Environmental Center. There, she works to illuminate the connections between sustainability and social justice while working with students and partners to reduce the university’s... Read More →

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Asia Dorsey

Five Points Fermentation
Asia Dorsey is a serene green love machine. She makes art of spreading spores of creativity and community, justice and just desserts to anyone brave enough to be themselves. She trades fertilizer with seed activists and stories of future remembrance through belly button solidarity... Read More →
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Fatuma Emmad

Cofounder, FrontLine Farms
Fatuma Emmad was born in Denver, Colorado, as the child of immigrants from Ethiopia and Yemen. Her family returned to Ethiopia when she was nine years old and the wars that had pushed her family out seemed to come to an end. Traveling between Ethiopia and the United States had a profound... Read More →

Neambe Leadon

Program Director, Denver Food Rescue
Food Access, Urban Agriculture, Community Organizing, Collectives and Collaboration, Natural Child Birth, Holistic Health, Alternative Medicine

Saturday February 4, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm MST
N128 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303