Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Keith McHenry, Cooking for the Occupation, Sunday, March 25 India Joze Restaurant 4 pm

Cooking for the Occupations --


KEITH McHENRY, Food Not Bombs co-founder

Sunday, March 25, 2012

India Joze Restaurant - 418 Front Street, Santa Cruz at 4:00 PM

Presentation is Free and Open to All!

India Joze Restaurant appetizers and drinks after presentation:

donations requested between $5 and $15, no one turned away for lack of funds.

Donations for local legal defense and food justice activities welcome.

Cooking for the Occupations...

Sharing the campaign to end the criminalization of poverty, and how you can participate in the global protest movement against economic austerity!

An inspiring presentation by Food Not Bombs co-founder Keith McHenry and video about the movement in Africa.

McHenry; "Most people would elect to end hunger and poverty but many of the people running for office have another agenda, cutting social services while transferring our tax dollars to wealthy military contractors and their corporate friends. While elected officials cut social services like unemployment insurance, food stamps, education, health care and other basic necessities, they pass laws against the poor and evict the occupations seeking to defend the 99%.

"Food Not Bombs is responding to this crisis by recovering, preparing and sharing vegan meals and groceries with the hungry in nearly 1,000 communities. This presentation will inspire you and your friends to join the Food Not Bombs movement and help our dedicated volunteers organize, implement and feed the global

campaign to end hunger and poverty."

Copies of Keith’s new book “Hungry for Peace”, as well as local grassroots, alternative and Occupy literature and information will be available at this event. Local Food Not Bombs cooks and justice advocates will be there to share local news and introduce emerging Food and Justice Coalition of Santa Cruz's vision. News about the River Street Eleven's political prosecutions, too. The District Attorney has indicted local grassroots media people and Occupy participants for alleged felony vandalism in response to a bank building take-over they merely witnessed. Learn about their legal support.


The event is presented by Food Not Bombs international and Occupy Santa Cruz food justice working group. Cosponsors and supporters include: United Nations Association, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Food Not Bombs Santa Cruz, local chapter American Civil Liberties Union, Homeless Persons Legal Assistance Project, Resource Center for Nonviolence, local Move On, and Homeless United for Friendship and Freedom. (and YOU! ~~ call if you can help out!)

Very special appetizers and drinks at India Joze Restaurant, following presentations. Donations requested between $5 and $15 for those who can, no one turned away hungry.

To help of for more info, contact our Volunteer Facilitating Team, or Steve Pleich at 831 466 6078, Casey Livingood,, and me, Linda Lemaster, or 831 331 1153

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please leave a comment. Comments which are abusive, libelous, threatening, or otherwise objectionable may be removed by the editor. Comments which remain posted may or may not reflect the views of the editor. I welcome your comments, suggestions, critiques, and updates.