Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Day of Justice

Have a direct affect on food justice this Thursday!  Two events will take place to demand changes to our food system at the city and state level.

Start your Thursday in prayer by attending...

An Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Food Justice
Hosted by Faith Leaders for Environmental Justice
Thursday, June 18, 2009 @ 9am
Steps of City Hall
Warren Ave (between Center and Broadway)

(DIRECTIONS: Take the A/C/E to Chambers, 2/3 to Park Pl,N/R/W to City Hall,
or 4/5/6/J/M to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall)


Let your voice be heard as we join hands with our Muslim, Jewish, and Buddhist brother's and sister's on the steps of City Hall to speak out to our representatives on the importance of creating a just and sustainable food system.

Email to RSVP, or contact Alexandra Yannias @ 212.825.0028.

End your Thursday by communing with others while letting your feelings be known in writing by coming to New York Faith & Justice's...

An Offering of Letters for Food Justice

Thursday, June 18, 2009
St. Mary's Episcopal Church 
(521 w. 126th Street, btwn Broadway and Amsterdam)

(DIRECTIONS: Take the A to 125th Street. Walk west a couple of blocks on 125th to Amsterdam Ave. Turn right. Walk one block north to 126th. Turn left. Walk 1/2 block to St. Mary's Church on the right.

Or take the 1 to 125th Street. Walk east one block on 125th to Old Broadway. Turn left. Walk one block north to 126th. Turn right. Walk 1/2 block to St. Mary's Church on the left.)

Come hear stories of food injustice and its effects in our city and our schools. Then take action. Put pen to paper and let Mayor Bloomberg and your congressional representatives know you want them to do everything possible to create a just and sustainable food systems for our city and our nation.

To RSVP email or contact Matt Dunbar at 212.870.2219.

The more people speak in one voice the easier they are heard.  Help us make sure our city leaders and representatives hear our message!!!

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