Food for All, Louder Than a Bomb, are on AUNE’s Fall Speaker Series

The second and third events in the annual fall Speaker Series at Antioch University New England (AUNE) will be held on November 3 and November 17. These talks, held in AUNE’s Community Room, are free and open to the public:

Thursday, November 3—Food for All: A Community Conversation
This forum is a joint presentation of AUNE, Community Garden Connections, and Monadnock Community Market Co-op. Leaders in the fields of human services, community gardening, food security, and accessibility will guide the discussion on how our community can build a sustainable local food economy. By bringing community members to the table, organizers hope the event will provide a platform to engage and take action to improve access to wholesome, affordable, and sustainable food.

Find more information here.

Thursday, November 17—Screening of Louder Than a Bomb
Louder Than a Bomb is a documentary that chronicles the stereotype-confounding stories of four teams of high schoolers as they prepare for and compete in the world’s largest youth poetry slam. Teri Young, adjunct faculty member in AUNE’s Department of Education, will introduce the film, followed by discussion.

Find more information here.

All speaker series events are held at 7 p.m. in the AUNE Community Room at 40 Avon Street, Keene, New Hampshire. For more information, contact Sean Wiley, 603.283.2431 or [email protected]

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