As much of the country prepares to celebrate Columbus Day
as 'discovery' and commemorate conquest as 'progress', please join Phat
Beets Produce and the North Oakland Farmers' Market in creating an
alternative space to honor over 500 years of culinary, cultural, spiritual and
political resistance led by the world's indigenous peoples. The day will be filled with music, art, workshops, and interactive cooking demonstrations exploring culinary colonialism.
Who: Phat Beets Produce and The North Oakland Farmers' Markets
Co-Sponsored by: People's Grocery, Victory Garden Foundation, Stop the Gang Injunction, Prensa POBRE/POOR Magazine, Seva Foundation, Cross Roads Cafe, and Phat Beets Produce
What: A celebration of over 500 years of cultural, culinary, spiritual and
political resistance led by the world's indigenous peoples
When: Saturday, Oct 6th (Alternative to Columbus Day Weekend). 10-4pm
Where: North Oakland Farmers' Market @ 942 Stanford St @ Lowell St
RSVP: For workshops with email@example.com. Last minute drop-ins are welcome.
More information and schedule will be available at www.phatbeetsproduce.org/
Music/Beet Boxing with Mike360, Youth Reclaiming Culture Through Art,
Decolonizing and Detoxing From Sugar with Joy Moore, Family Puposa
Making 101 with Phat Beets Youth,
Exploring GentriFUKation with Poor Magazine, Seva's Native American Foods CookBook, and Bhutanese Wild Fermentation.