Wednesday, May 6 - 6pm
Central Co-op's Rochdale Room - 1900 E Madison Street
In January of 2013, two North American coffee roasters set out with a small film crew on a 1000-mile journey across Central America. On the way, they met with soldiers who had become growers, women who now own their own farms, and countless communities using coffee as a tool to create social change.
These growers are forging new ways of working together – cooperatively farming their land and managing their businesses. And these co-ops are partnering with visionary coffee roasters and consumers in the North who believe in a fairer way of doing business.
Special guests will be in attendance!
This film will give a voice to the farmers and show the world that everyone who drinks coffee is connected in a very real way to those who grow it. More at connectedbycoffee.com
RSVP to hold your spot!
This free event is open to all. Space is limited!
RSVP with your name and contact info at Central Services or RSVP online now.
This class is held in our Rochdale Room, which is a wheelchair-accessible space, and the restroom has a lever-style door handle. Please let us know how we can make the space more accomodating. About the space and directions
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