The Human Rights Clinic and Program at the University of Miami School of Law, in collaboration with the Human Rights Society, the Office of Intellectual Life, the Environmental Law Program, and the International and Comparative Law Review at the University of Miami School of Law, the National Right to Food Community of Practice, West Virginia University Center for Resilient Communities, and WhyHunger, present: A Symposium on Food, Housing, and Racial Justice in the United States.
Deep reflection, innovative thinking, and joint strategizing with regards to hunger and food equity that put the needs and interests of communities of color at the center is urgent. The event will focus on human rights and racialized approaches to addressing hunger and related economic and social rights violations. Drawing on efforts from Miami to cities and states around the U.S., the event will discuss:
- Food insecurity
- Food system governance
- Access to land and housing
- Role of local, state, and federal governments
- Implementation of United Nations’ recommendations
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