FOOD ACTION COALITION PRESENTS
MONDAY MARCH 10
PM: 1-3 & 7-10:30 - Continuous Films, E. Quad. Rm. 126
8:00 Future Worlds - Hill Aud. "Global Food Issues: Perspectives for the Future"; George Silver, Yale U. Epidemiologist, recent Sahel visitor; Rep. from UN World Food Council; Carter Schelling - Ecology Action Personal agri.-self-sufficiency
TUESDAY MARCH 11
12 noon - AA Public Library, 343 5th Ave., Stewart Liderman, Environmental Response, "Urban Gardening - How to Grow Your Own Food"; International Center, Panel Disc. "International Populat. Prospects and Food"
3PM-5 "Poverty and Hunger in the USA: Failure of Feeding Programs"; Panel: Moderator-Dave Chambers, Jeff Kirsch-Food Research Action, David Kallen - MSU Human Developmnt., Eleanor Josaitis - Chair. Mayor's Task Force on Hunger & Malnutr., USDA Rep; Place: TF Aud. School of Pub. Health, 109 S. Observatory 8:00 "Religious and Ethical Issues Concerning the Food Crisis" Sponsored by the AA Religious Comm.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 12
10am-7:30pm, Nutrition Fair - Saint Mary's Church
NEWMAN CENTER 1-3, "Rethinking Your Diet - A Rational Approach to Vegetarianism; 3-5, Nutrition and Dental Health, D. Rowe; 8, "Urban Gardening” - Panel-P&A170; "Gil Friend” - Inst. for Self-Reliance; Stewart Liderman "Environmental Response"; Theresa Crayton - aide to Councilwoman Henderson, Detroit Phys. & Astron. Bldg., 500 Church
THURSDAY MARCH 13
10am-4pm - School of Public Health: "Symposium: WIC Program” - women, infant & children supplem. feeding program cut from FEDS budget; topics: funding, lobbying, med. evaluation, administration, starting up a program (special program printed)
1pm "Philosophical Aspects of Vegetarianism" place to be announced; Coop Workshop - time and place to be announced
8:00 PM Hill Auditorium - "Perspectives on the Global and National Food Situation: What do we do now!"; Michael Jacobson - National Food Day Coordinator, co-director of Center for Science in the Public Interest, Washington, . DC, "Overview of the American Way"; Hamid Taqi - Prof. Poli. Sci., Morehouse College, Atlanta; "African Perspective of the World Food Crisis"; Jean Mayer - Prof. Nutrition Harvard U, delegate to Rome Food Conference "America's Role in the World Food Problem"
FRIDAY MARCH 14
10 AM Physics and Astron. Rm. 170 "Food. Population and Overconsumption" Science for the People
12:30 PM "Energy and the Food System" Wilson Clark, author "Energy for Survival"; Jerry Goldstein, editor, Environmental Action Bill, Rodale Pr.
Phys. & Astron. 182, 3:00 PM "Political and Economic Determinants in the Allocation of Food Resources" Panel: David Gordon - New School of Social Research, Multinationals; Jack Healey, former Exec. American Freedom from Hunger Foundation; Bart Burkehalter, Consulting for AID, Community Systems Foundation
8:00 PM Hill Auditorium - Maryanne Mahaffey, Detroit Councilwoman, Chair. City Council Food Stamp Commission "Politics, Poverty and Urban Hunger"; Jim Hightowef , formerly of the Agri-business Accountability Project "Food For Profit, Not For People" Ralph Nader ???
SATURDAY MARCH 15
10 AM Modern Lang. Bldg. Aud. 4 "Old Habits; New Changes in the American Diet; Who's in Control???" Panel: Frances Lappe, author of "Diet for a Small Planet"; Danny Zwerdling, Washington journalist (food monopolies); Robert Seymoure, Project Apache Nutritionist
VEGETARIAN LUNCH - VEGETABLE UNION
1 PM "Changing Structure of American Agriculture" Panel: Dan McCurry, Food Coop Project of Loop College, Chicago; Herman Koenig, MSU Dept. Elect. Eng. & Systems Science
3 PM "Consumerism and Advertising: Impact of Food Choice & Avail." Panel: Nancy Codispoti, Action for Childrens' Television (ACT); Esther Shapiro, Pres. Consumer Federation of America; Joan Gussow, Nutritionist, Columbia U; Gary Costeley, Kelloggs Co.
6:00 PM "African Dinner" Memorial Christian Church, Hill & Tappan
9:00 PM VEGETA - BALL or a MEATBALL - Union Ball Room, FRIENDS ROAD SHOW: come in costume, costume party and benefit