Who Does the Labor? Who Are the Workers?

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Join our webinar! As you prepare for your Passover seder and consider ancient notions of slavery, gain insight into contemporary realities of those doing agricultural work today, as well as ways to acknowledge and tie that into your celebrations.

For example, did you know that a large portion of the meat on U.S. grocery-store shelves is processed by migrant workers, many of whom are undocumented? Have you ever thought about factory farming as a human rights issue? As we explore the connections between agriculture and labor, we’ll think about how we can work toward a food system that is more just for all living beings during our season of liberation.

This is part of our Ta’amim Tovim Educational Series: Join one or all of our educational sessions and gain exposure to the variety of impacts and implications of our food choices, including the sourcing of animal products and repurposing of leftovers. Come gain exposure to national and local resources and enjoy a community of peer learning and exchange of ideas. We are building a community invested in ethical food purchasing, consumption and waste disposal in the Greater Boston Jewish community that transcends denominational boundaries.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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$10.00 Webinar
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