Organizing for Policy Change

A workshop on combining community organizing and policy advocacy to rebuild just, local food systems
San Bernardino Diocese 1201 E. Highland Ave, San Bernardino Thursday, August 6th 10am-4pm To register, email: Lunch will be provided

Join us for a day of information, strategizing, discussion and training on how to organize to create policy change. Our communities know what they need to create a healthy food system. Local-level policy should reflect our communities’ needs and priorities. Organizing is the most effective way to build power in our communities and ensure that our voices areheard. Topics to be covered include: Ways of creating change; Organizing to address food system issues; The tools and tactics of an organizer; How policy can be used to support community food needs; San Bernardino’s food policy landscape;

$20 non-members, $10 CFJC members (needs-based scholarships available) To register: email or call Shereen at 510-704-0245
The California Food and Justice coalition is a statewide membership coalition committed to the basic human right to healthy food while advancing social, agricultural, environmental and economic justice. Through advocacy, organizing and education, we collaborate with community-based efforts to create a sustainable food supply for the residents of California.
This training is generously supported by Community Benefit Grants Program, Kaiser Permanente - Southern California Region

Organized by: California Food and Justice Coalition Cohosted by: San Bernardino Dept. of Public Health; Ministry of Community Services of the Diocese of San Bernardino; Libreria del Pueblo; United Church of Christ

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