From the organizers:
Local and National Social Justice speakers will be focusing on Food, Water, and Health are Human Rights.
This tribunal is part of the Nov 16-18 international conference on critical dietetics being held at Alabama State University by progressive nutritionists from US, Canada, Great Britain, and other countries.
Please contact conference coordinators (Jill, Evelyn, and Jacqui) if you have any questions or interested in participating at any level. Please share this wonderful opportunity to network, learn, and build strategy with your networks. College students and professors are invited.
- Jill White, EdD, RD, LDN, Associate Professor of Nutrition Science at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois.
- Evelyn F. Crayton, EdD, RDN, LDN, FAND, Professor Emerita, Auburn University, President, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (2015-16), Director, Living Well Associates, LLC, Birmingham
- Jacqui Gingras, PhD, Associate Professor, Editor, Journal of Critical Dietetics, http://criticaldieteticsblog.c
The tribunal is public and expected to have 80-100 people. The conference will have formal registration. There will be a reception to follow the tribunal with opportunities for exhibits for education and outreach. Educational materials and fresh produce could be exhibited but not sold…Please let the coordinators know if you have questions, need a table for exhibits, etc.
On Sunday, Nov 18, conference attendees will travel around Montgomery and AL’s Black Belt for learning tours of farms, civil rights history, and more. If you are interested in hosting a learning tour and/or being part of any of this, please contact Jill, Evelyn, and Jacqui. If I may help answer any questions, please email me anytime:
Jill White: [email protected]
This event is not hosted by ASAN. As one of ASAN’s roles is to share information and resources across our network so as to maximize all of our impact, we routinely post events that we ourselves are not hosting. If you have questions regarding this event, please contact event organizers rather than ASAN.