Latinos and Access to Quality Foods throughout LOS ANGELES

LATINOS and ACCESS to Quality FOODS throughout LOS ANGELES: Impacts of street vendors, community gardens and supermarkets.

Latino Urban Forum invites you to join a lively discussion on food equality, food justice, and healthy food choices and why these issues are relevant to Latinos in Los Angeles

FEATURED PANEL INCLUDES:

Alina Bokde, Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

Monica Benitez, First 5 LA

Erick Sanchez, Community Garden Representative

Monday, July 11, 2011

6:00pm ­ 8:00pm

Vista Hermosa Natural Park

Children’s Area, near Colton St. entrance

100 N. Toluca Street

Los Angeles, CA  90026

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