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Conversations in the Corridor

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In conjunction with Eat Local First DC's week-long celebration (July 14 - July 21), The Big Bad Woof, Inc. partners with BusBoys and Poets to screen FRESH, an enlightening documentary outlining the vicious cycle of our current food production methods while celebrating the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are reinventing our food system.

After the screening, join the conversation with an exciting panel of local food revolutionaries to discuss issues raised in FRESH and the various ways to support local farmers, sustainable farming practices and eat fresh, local foods.

Stacey Price, Executive Director, Think Local First DC. Think Local First DC educates consumers, assists businesses, and promotes everything local.
EAT LOCAL FIRST DC is an annual TLF campaign celebrating farmers, restaurants, organizations and people making locally grown foods more accessible to the DC community.  Visit: http://www.thinklocalfirstdc.com/initiativeshttp://www.eatlocalfirstdc.com  

Margaret Morgan-Hubbard, Founder & CEO of ECO City Farms, in Edmonston. ECO City Farms is a local organic farm working to raise awareness about the importance of growing and eating fresh foods. Visit: http://www.ecoffshoots.org, http://www.ecofarms.com.

Sara Polon, Founder of Soupergirl, in Takoma Park. This
vegan, Kosher soup shop sources all vegetables from local, organic farms. Visit: http://www.thesoupergirl.com

Chris Doyle, Collective Member, GLUT Food Coop, in Mount Rainier. Founded in 1969 by conscientious objectors of the Vietnam War, GLUT is a "worker's coop" and local institution bringing wholesome foods at low prices to its surrounding communities. Visit: http://www.glutfood.org 

This event is part of the free monthly series *Conversations in the Corridor* at Busboys and Poets in the Arts District of Hyattsville. Held on the second Sunday, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., these discussions span the idea spectrum, addressing politics, arts, education, race, class and culture, among other topics. Conversations in the Corridor aims to foster honest and open dialogue in a neutral and welcoming space.

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