730 Tappan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice’s Hunger Task Force host the May “Dinner and a Movie,” a film series designed to build community, educate about current issues, and motivate action.

Deconstructing Supper is an eye-opening journey into the billion dollar battle to control global food production. Starting with a gourmet meal in his five-star restaurant, Chef John Bishop travels the world, on a personal quest to find out what our food choices are today. From North America to Great Britain to India and back, Bishop meets scientist and activists with opposing views on genetic engineering, journalist and farmers who have experienced the might of giant biotech corporations and organic farmers in India who are fighting to preserve the natural biodiversity of crops. This video is a trip every eater will want to take, a journey into the revolution in modern food production and its effects on our lives.

Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m., movie at 7:00, followed by a community discussion.

Official Website: http://www.icpj.net/2007/04/12/deconstructing-supper/

Added by ICPJ on April 19, 2007

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