Good Meat: Rediscovering a Relationship with the Animals We Raise and Eat

Care to join us in assuaging your carnivorous guilt? Or staunchly defending your moral position? Both would be at home with our panel discussion focusing on the place of animal agriculture in a movement towards a renewed, sustainable food system.

Monday, April 23 – 7:30 p.m.
458 Louderman Hall

Panelists include:
Dr. Elizabeth VanDeventer: farmer and animal rights activist
Rabbi Andy Kastner: Campus Rabbi at St. Louis Hillel and shochet
Professor Glenn Stone: anthropologist and agriculture scholar.

Find the event on Facebook here! Light refreshments will be served.

 

The event is sponsored by the Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, The Department of Anthropology, the Environmental Studies Program, and The Burning Kumquat.

Please direct any questions to theburningkumquat@gmail.com

Madeleine Daepp

I'm a math and econ student at WashU. Though I love digging in the dirt, I hope one day to combine my urban gardening and my academic background to work in food justice. But full confession? If I could afford land and livestock, I would have a pig farm in the mountains.

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