The virtual Food Justice Film Festival features award-winning films "Gather," "Invisible Vegan," "Dolores" and "Urban Roots," as well as interviews with filmmakers and activists like Dolores Huerta, Jasmine Leyva and Sanjay Rawal. This festival explores the link between environmental injustice, climate change, food insecurity and white supremacy.

The festival explores how communities are fighting the inequities of our food system, conservation, farmworker rights, access to healthy and sustainable foods, plant-based diets, indigenous traditions, racial justice, resistance movements and grassroots activism, urban gardens and food sovereignty.

Films are free for all audiences. Each film will be available for 24-hours on its scheduled day during the #FoodJusticeFilmFestival.

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