Do you know where your food comes from? Why is fresh food available in some communities, and not others? Join DC EcoWomen on Saturday, November 14th at 12 pm for a day at the Anacostia Community Museum to view the Food for the People: Eating and Activism in Greater Washington exhibition.
Take a deep dive into the food issues of the nation’s capital—past and present—with this outdoor and indoor exhibition featuring artifacts, art installations, videos, and hands-on interactives.
This event is open to all people who identify as women, spouses and families are welcome. After viewing the exhibition we welcome everyone to join us at Busboys and Poets Anacostia 2021 14th St, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 for an informal discussion on our thoughts on the exhibit, to discuss some of our own experiences with food apartheid and or food privilege's.
Busboy's Meet-up: Due to the prevalence of COVID-19, we acknowledge indoor gathering presents varying risk and comfort levels. We will closely monitor registration and do our best to reserve an outdoor reservation. Please note, there is a possibility of indoor gathering.
Getting there: Free on-site parking is available. The museum is accessible by bus, DC Circulator, and metro (Anacostia, Green Line). For additional information on getting there: https://anacostia.si.edu/Visit/Maps.
Face coverings are required by the museum.
- Have you been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19? See the CDC’s risk assessment guidance.
- Do you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Symptoms can include a cough or shortness of breath or at least two of the following: Fever, Chills, Repeated shaking with chills, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat, New loss of taste or smell. See the CDC’s symptom information.