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Thursday
19
APR

Screening: Baltimore's Strange Fruit

17:30
Shriver Peaceworker Fellowship
Event organized by Shriver Peaceworker Fellowship

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"Baltimore's Strange Fruit: A Story of Food Apartheid and the Struggle for Sovereignty" is a documentary film produced by Black Yield Institute, directed by Eric Jackson and Maddie Hardy. The film explores the intersections of food, land, and race and class politics through personal narrative and social commentary. The film journeys through the historical woes and triumphs of people of African Descent within the food system, while highlighting contemporary efforts to address the complex nature of food apartheid in Baltimore.

This event is hosted in collaboration with the Shriver Peaceworker Fellows Program and Charm City Connection, is free and the public is welcome! If you plan to attend from off-campus, please note that metered parking can be found in the Commons Ave Drive Garage which is a 5 minute walk from the Public Policy Building where the event will be hosted.

Please refer to the following campus map to locate the commons drive garage and the Public Policy building.

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