Activate for a Sustainable Food System, Now!

March 28, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Art 101 Add to Calendar

We are pleased to announce our new <> event on March 28th, part of the Activate through Film! initiative.

On March 28, join us to better understand where our food comes from. We will be screening shorts followed by a conversation with scholars, practitioners, and community representatives working towards the creation of a sustainable and resilient food system in Hawai’i.

“Activate through Film!” is an initiative that uses film to promote social change and create communities of interest. We organize a series of monthly meetings where the screening of short films addressing compelling social issues is followed by a discussion with academics, activists and representatives of different organizations, whose work relates to the issue addressed so that they can share with us their mission, actions and personal reflections on what can be done, here and now! This initiative seizes the frustration and powerlessness that as viewers of social documentaries we experience and transform those emotions into a momentum that leads to action once information and resources are aptly provided.

Based at the University of Hawaii and led by the Filmmaking for Social Research Program Associate Director in collaboration with the University Student Of Urban and Regional Planning, Department of Urban & Regional Planning.

Sponsored by the UH Student Activity and Fee Board.

Event Sponsor
Urban and Regional Planning, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Vera Zambonelli, 8082060848,, Enter Title Here (PDF)

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