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WVU Food Justice Lab hosting mini-conference

The West Virginia University Food Justice Lab is partnering with WVU's geography program to host a mini-conference and writing workshop, August 3-5, at their campus in Morgantown, WV. The event is intended to provoke critical thought on the historical and contemporary inequalities associated with foodways in the region and the strategies to create just food systems here and beyond. To learn more, click here to view the event flyer and contact information.

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