This just in from Food Not Bombs Ithaca! Please donate if you can, or pass this on to people who can donate, if you can’t. Thanks!
This Saturday, as many of you probably know, Watermargin will be hosting a teach in on Antifascism in Greece and Europe. Ithaca’s Food Not Bombs chapter will be providing dinner for the attendees, and we’ve been out of commission for a while, so we’re going to need to rustle up some food in time for the event. If anyone has anything they’d like to donate in support- staples such as rice or flour, spices, herbs – or can contribute knowhow as to where we might be able to get food, it’d be greatly appreciated! Any interested parties can contact me at 508-395-9802. Love and Solidarity, Sophie Griswold – svg6 at cornell.edu
Hear Farm Sanctuary President and Co-Founder Gene Baur speak at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. This event, which is sponsored by the Animal Welfare Club of the Cornell Vet School, will take place on April 14, 2011 from noon to 1 p.m. in Schurman Hall, Lecture Hall I (located at 602 Tower Road; Ithaca, NY 14850). This talk is free and open to the public. Gene will also be on hand to sign copies of his national best-seller, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food. More info
Thursday, Nov 11th
Cornell University Campus
Free and open to the public
Breakthroughs in nutrition have prompted what many are expecting to be the most inspiring talk of the season. Gain some momentum towards a healthy body weight, disease prevention, and feeling better- don’t miss this event!
Dr. Campbell’s lecture is entitled: The Promising Future of Nutrition (From 3:00-4:00)
Dr. Esselstyn’s lecture is entitled: Resolving the Coronary Artery Disease Epidemic -Making Yourself Heart Attack Proof (From 4:00-5:00)
There will be a Q&A session immediately following Dr. Esselstyn’s lecture from 5:00-6:00
There’s an interesting debate tomorrow at Cornell: The Cornell Forensics Society vs. PETA: Is Eating Meat Ethical?
No matter what your thoughts are on PETA, this will doubtless give a lot of people a lot of food for thought.
Friday, October 29
6pm – 8pm
Ives 305, Cornell
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