Creating community activists, from toddlers to seniors: Planning for Community Food Security
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Creating community activists, from toddlers to seniors: Planning for Community Food Security

Creating community activists, from toddlers to seniors: Planning for Commun...

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Detroit Public Library, Chaney Branch

16101 Grand River, Detroit 48227

Detroit, MI 48227

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Kibibi Blount-Dorn, Program Manager at Detroit Food Policy Council, will be your moderator for the evening. She welcomes our guest speakers, Mimi Pledl of DEGC and Dr. Velonda Thompson of the City of Detroit Health Department, who will be discussing the recently updated Detroit Food Security Policy and what it means for the community.

The event is free, however the venue capacity is 50 people, so admittance is on a first come, first served basis. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP for your seat today!

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