Reel Talk brings together Westmont faculty, staff, and students to discuss important films and contemporary issues. Movie screenings precede discussions facilitated by college faculty and staff. Unless otherwise noted, Reel Talk events are free and open to the Westmont community.
Hosted by Mark Sargent and Cynthia Toms Smedley
Thursday, October 15, 7:00 p.m.
Adams Center for the Visual Arts, Room 216
We're living through a food renaissance--there's more interest in growing, cooking, and eating good and interesting food than at any other time in living memory. Yet few of us give much thought to the people whose labor supports these life-giving activities. "Food Chains" tells the story of a group of farmworkers struggling to make a life on the margins of this booming food economy. The film challenges us to enter their experience--in migrant camps, on transport trucks, and most of all in the fields--along the way providing powerful encouragement to rethink our relationships and responsibilities to one another in a complex economy.
Hosted by Provost Mark Sargent and Cynthia Toms Smedley, Director of the Office of Global Education. Free and open to the public.