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film screening


March 9 - March 9 2017 7:00PM

Sunú tells the story of the Tarahumara people in Northern Mexico and their struggle to continue cultivating native heirloom maize, while Monsanto, an agribusiness giant, attempts to contaminate native crops with genetically modified corn.


Guest Speakers: Teresa Camou Guerrero, Director; Dr. Sarah Portnoy, author of Food, Health, and Culture in Latino Los Angeles; Chef Carlos Salgado, Taco Maria; and Chef Ray Garcia, Broken Spanish and BS Taqueria.