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  •  September 16, 2021
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Please join Center for Biological Diversity for their second annual Food Justice Film Festival featuring four powerful films that explore agriculture and climate change, the colonization of food, exploitation of farm workers and children, and the importance of saving seeds and traditions.

The FREE online film festival takes place online Sept. 16–19 and features Truly Texas Mexican, The Ants & The Grasshopper, The Harvest/La Cosecha and SEED: The Untold Story. In addition to film screenings, we’re offering panel discussions with the filmmakers, farmers and activists.
How It Works
1.  Create a free account at the film screening platform: HERE
2.  Space is limited and festival access is available on first-come, first-served basis, so get your pass today.
4.  The festival takes place Sept. 16–19. All films will be available for you to stream at your convenience during this time.
5.  On Sept. 16 at the beginning of the festival, pre-recorded panel discussions will be made available on our film festival website. (This is different from the film screening platform.)
DAY ONE Featured Film
Truly Texas Mexican: The Native American roots of Texas Mexican food serve up tacos, feminism and cultural resistance. Over time and during conquest, Texas Mexican food sustained Native American memory and identity. Cooking foods like nopalitos, deer, mesquite and tortillas, Indigenous women led the cultural resistance against colonization. Based on the award-winning book Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage in Recipes.