Have you ever thought about what goes on behind the kitchen door?
Many of us will actively support food justice issues like grass-fed beef or free-range chickens and choose where/what we eat accordingly— but do we do the same for those serving and preparing the food? Do we care how restaurant’s wages might affect the quality of a worker’s health or living environment?
Please join us to meet Alex Galimberti, an organizer for the Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) and a food justice activist.
We will have a lively discussion where you can learn more about the restaurant industry and about ways to get involved in a movement to create a sustainable food industry for all. Consumers can be crucial in affecting change- learn how.
Restaurant Opportunities Centers United is an organization working to improve wages and labor standards for the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.
Cash bar. Light refreshments provided.
Event Location: Lir
903 Boylston St, Boston, 02115
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