LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY Screening Resources

The Discussion Guide guide contains the following for your screening use:
• about the film & filmmakers • ready to watch! screening guide
• ready to talk! discussion guide • ready to act! handout

LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY
Screening Poster
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LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY
Discussion Guide

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Websites

LunchLoveCommunity.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lunch-Love-Community-10150121706645501/
Twitter: @Helendemichiel
The filmmaker's website and social media links


Center for Ecoliteracy promotes ecological education. The Center leads systems change initiatives, publishes original books and resources, facilitates conferences and professional development, and provides strategic consulting, working at multiple levels of scale, with local, regional, state, and national programs.

Chef Ann Foundation provides tools that help schools serve children healthy and delicious scratch-cooked meals made with fresh, whole food.

Community Food and Justice Coalition promotes the basic human right of access to healthy food. It takes a holistic and systemic approach to creating a food system that is equitable, environmentally and economically sustainable, and community-driven.

The Ecology Center is a non-profit organization based in Berkeley, California with a mission to inspire and build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California, and beyond. The Ecology Center is actively working to create and promote an alternative food system that is based on the values of environmental protection, justice, and access to healthy, sustainably produced food for all.

The Edible Schoolyard Project aims to build and share a national edible education curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school, envisioning gardens and kitchens as interactive classrooms for all academic subjects, and a free, nutritious, organic lunch for every student. Integrating this curriculum into schools can transform the health and values of every child in America.

The Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First) works to end the injustices that cause hunger through research, education and action. Informed by a vast network of activist-researchers, Food First’s analysis and educational resources support communities and social movements fighting for food justice and food sovereignty around the world. Food First  provides tools to understand the global food system, and to build your local food movement from the ground up.

Jamie Oliver Food Foundation is a California-based non-profit that works to bring food education to schools and youth groups, businesses and communities. It does this by raising awareness to galvanize policy changes at a local and national level, offering hands-on training to instill food skills and knowledge, and founding relationships to enable us to scale nationally.

 

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