The Haas Center for Responsible Business and the Cooperatives DeCal (facilitated by two BSFC members & our Operations Managerhttp://www.decal.org/courses/3765) are co-sponsoring a Peterson Series panel on hybrid organizations and cooperatives, featuring folks from REI and Patagonia!December 3, 12:15-1:30pm. Check out the Haas events page for more info / firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to learn more about the Cooperatives DeCal.
BSFC has ordered some awesome baseball sleeve Tshirts from American Apparel, and we want YOU to come help us decorate them with the BSFC logo! All members are invited to come enjoy snacks and BSFC bonding as we make cool shirts. If you attend the party, you can buy a shirt at the discounted price of $10.50. After the party, shirts will be sold in the store for $15.
Event Details/Description: Join us for the annual BSFC party - formerly known as the Gala. This year our theme is People Power! We will have music, kombucha, dinner, vendors, games, and more!
Party is 4:00pm - 6:30pm. Dinner will be served 4:30pm - 5:30pm, Desserts and a Fair-Trade tea party to follow!
Student Dinner (pre-plated, pay at the party only, limited amount)
$10 Buffet Dinner without seating, dessert included.
$15 Buffet Dinner Seated Table tickets. Includes dessert and special Thank You token from BSFC. Will sell out!!
Dress in layers - as we will be outside under the beautiful clock tower on the Campanile Esplanade.
Contact email@example.com with questions!
Join the BSFC in learning how to prepare some simple and delicious recipes that can be made even in the tiniest apartment and on the tiniest budget! We will make a fresh salad with homemade vinaigrette, sautee some seasonal vegetables, and make organic brown rice from scratch! Then we will put it all together in one wholesome bowl.
Please bring a bowl/tupperware; it's gonna be a delicious time!
Event Details/Description: Part of the Berkeley Student Food Collective's goals for the next five years are to actively shift towards a more inclusive, equitable space - evaluating and acting on our role in reducing inequity, oppression and barriers to food access. A space for people of color was recently held to explore how the store can better serve communities of color, and we will be discussing how non-POC members can serve as better allies in this space.
To prepare for our discussion on the intersection of race and food, please read the following:
1. Race and the Food System: An Introduction http://www.whyhunger.org/getinfo/showArticle/articleId/928
2. Why Food Belongs in our Discussion of Race http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristin-wartman/why-food-belongs-in-our-d_b_8106188.html
David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley
Join us for a career panel discussion presented by alumni working in the food and agricultural industries followed by a networking reception with light refreshments. Moderated by BFI Executive Director Ann Thrupp. Panelists include: Anthony Chang, Julie Cummins, Anna Lappé, and Leo O'Farrell. More information here.