Wednesday, October 26th, 7-9PM, Ticketed
Film Screening and Discussion: LUNCH
$10 for everyone
As nation-wide funding for school cafeterias rapidly decreases and high-calorie, low-nutrient meals have become order of the day, our nation’s children are being afflicted by a slew of diet-based diseases from high-blood pressure and cholesterol to diabetes and obesity. In LUNCH, a revealing documentary short, director Avis Richards investigates the causes and the consequences of “growing up in a junk-food culture.”
Join us to watch this short documentary and participate in a post-screening discussion about school lunch in San Francisco. Learn why SF public schools now get their lunches delivered from Michigan and what local teachers, nurses, administrators, and parents are doing to bring back nutritious, delicious, and local food to our school children.
Rosie Branson Gill
rosie (at) 18reasons (dot) org
Deepening our relationship to food and each other
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