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518 Valencia: The Eric Quezada Center for Culture and Politics
518 Valencia St, San Francisco, California 94110
The People’s Harvest Forum is a yearly grassroots event on radical food politics that aims to inspire and empower both new and seasoned activists in working towards food justice and food sovereignty.
The theme for this year is «resources» — resources that corporations usurp and monopolize, and resources that communities defend and reclaim. What resources can help us build a People's Food System? We will explore land, seeds, popular education and much more.
This forum is the only event of the sort to also include animal liberation in its core values, and to provide a platform to veganic food growers to present their vision for sustainable food systems.
SPEAKERS (More speakers are still being added)
Dr. Linda Alvarez, Co-founder and Director of Vegan Advocacy Initiative
Antonio Díaz, Organizational Director of PODER (SF)
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, historian, professor emeritus of Native American Studies, author of «An Indigenous History of the United States» and many other Indigenous-related books
William Faith, vegan permaculture design educator and owner of Genius Loci Permaculture
Chema Hernández GIl, co-founder of Seed the Commons and political coordinator of San Francisco Rising
Bonnie Hildebrand, owner of Spoke and Leaf Farm
Joe Kilcoyne, co-founder of Wild Earth Farm and Sanctuary
Karen Klitz, member of the Board of Directors of Western Watersheds Project
Matthew S. Loisel, veganic farmer and gardener
Verónica Moreno, Community Engagement Manager at Thousand Currents
Nassim Nobari, co-founder and director of Seed the Commons
Mona Seymour, Director of the Environmental Studies Program at Loyola Marymount University
Neil Thapar, lead for the Farmland Program of the Sustainable Economies Law Center
Ryan Thayer, Community Organizer for Food Justice with Tenderloin Neighborhood Development and Co-Coordinator of the Tenderloin Healthy Corner Store Coalition
Nicole Vosper, co-founder of Feed Avalon, agroecologist and former SHAC prisoner
Check out the website for more information: pplsharvest.org/speakers
Information on the program and tickets will be added closer to date.