66 West 12th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
Experts and the public discuss the relationship between food, migration, and immigrant life. Topics explored include ways the food industry offers migrants an entry point into the U.S. economic system and, confines migrants to low wages and poor, if not unsafe, work conditions. Speakers also explore food as an important determinant of migrantsí well-being and as a vehicle for maintaining cultural identity.
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