"Community Alliance for Global Justice grew out of a mass people's movement that shut down the World Trade Organization in 1999, and continues to work toward transforming unjust trade and agricultural practices. CAGJ’s 11th annual SLEE Dinner (Strengthening Local Economies Everywhere) aims to nurture the seeds of resistance once again, to mobilize for food justice around the world.
Keynote: Ari de Leña, Kamayan Farm, “Farming for Cultural and Ecological Resilience”
Ari de Leña operates Kamayan Farm, a vegetable, medicinal herb, and education farm in the Snoqualmie Valley where she strives to do work that connects food, medicine, and culture. Ari will share how she works to build cultural and ecological resilience by healing the trauma and displacement embedded in the U.S. agricultural system."
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