First Fridays – The Garden – November 1

by nycadmin

November 1: FIRST FRIDAYS at Hunter/East Harlem

A Film and Dialogue Series on Health and Social Justice presents:
the-garden-large(1)The Garden by Scott Hamilton Kennedy
A documentary on the fight of South Central Los Angeles residents to save their fourteen-acre community garden, the largest urban garden in the U.S., from being plowed under for development.
Winner, Best Documentary, SILVERDOCS.






The film will be followed by a discussion panel:

Ariana Matos, Chenchita’s Community Gardens
Ashley Rafalow, New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College
Roland Chouloute, GreenThumb Program
Anandi Premlall, Just Food


Event is free but seating is limited. (Show a photoID at entrance.)

Doors open at 6:30pm- Film begins at 7:00pm

La mayoria de esta pelicula es en Español con subtítulos en Inglés

Film Screening will be held at the CUNY School of Public Health

2180 Third Avenue @ 119th Street, 2nd Floor auditorium (click here for event flyer)

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NYC FPC Update November 2013 - New York City Food Policy Center November 18, 2013 - 12:48 PM

[…] November 1 we co-hosted a screening and panel discussion of The Garden, part of the First Fridays Film and Dialogue Series on Health and Social Justice at […]


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