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Detroit Food 2014, April 3-4 at Focus: HOPE (1400 Oakman Blvd, Detroit) will focus on racial equity across the food system.

The keynote address by food justice activist LaDonna Redmond will be followed by a series of panel discussions and workshops throughout both days. There will be four workshop tracks: Food Systems 101; Policy Boot Camps; Research, Race and Economics; and a special track for young people. The full schedule of workshops will soon be available at detroitfoodpolicycouncil.net.

The cost is $20 for both days and includes a multicultural “taste of Detroit” lunch featuring food provided by Detroit-based food businesses. Scholarships are available. To register or apply for a scholarship, please visit www.detroitfoodpc.org.

For more information or to request a registration form by mail contact Kibibi Blount-Dorn at kibibi.dfpc@gmail.com or 313.477.3748.

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