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By: Loving Spoonful  09-12-2011
Keywords: Food Security

Mac-Corry Hall, Rm. B201

What are the origins and consequences of poverty?

What is our government doing to end poverty and hunger?

What can you be doing to help make positive change?

Come out to learn and discuss!


Homemade treats and refreshments will be provided. Bring a mug and save a cup.


This is an educational event organized by Queen’s Meal Exchange, Queen’s Students Against Poverty, Kingston Coalition Against Poverty, and Loving Spoonful.


Dr. Elaine Power (Professor, Queen’s School of Kinesiology and Health Studies): the relationships of poverty, food, and health

Robert Pullman (Member, Kingston Coalition Against Poverty): a local perspective on poverty and social assistance in Ontario

Susan Belyea (Coordinator, Loving Spoonful): the fight for food security and how to get involved in Kingston

Keywords: Food Security

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