Special Food Justice service: Does Food Count as a Basic Human Right?


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Join us for worship on March 17, as the First Universalist Society in Franklin (FUSF) Food Insecurity Team, and their special guest, Tina Powderly, the Executive Director of the Franklin Food Pantry, explore their collective and personal journeys from focusing on alleviating food insecurity to that of Food Justice.
Food Justice is the belief that access to food is a basic human right which can only be achieved if one advocates for structural change across the entire food system. Unfortunately, our current food system rests upon many inherent, deeply entrenched barriers to equity.  
This worship service will be interactive; if you have one, please bring your phone to voice your opinion on-line during the service.  All are welcome to attend, we look forward to meeting you.          
The First Universalist Society in Franklin is a Unitarian Universalist Welcoming Congregation located at 262 Chestnut Street, Franklin MA.   For further information about FUSF please explore our website at fusf.org or contact our Interim Minister, the Reverend Beverly Waring at         508- 528- 5348 or minister@fusf.org

First Universalist Society in Franklin (FUSF)
262 Chestnut Street
Franklin Town, MA 02038
United States

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