Join us for a week of events in Washington, DC to celebrate a decade of representing truth in our food system.
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American University Washington College of Law Campus
Yuma Building, Room 115, 4pm
Nearly all of the meat, eggs, and dairy we eat comes from the industrial system known as “factory farming.” This system destroys our environment and harms public health, and never before has humankind caused more suffering. Based on the bestselling book by Jonathan Safran Foer, narrated by producer Natalie Portman, and directed and produced by Christopher Quinn (God Grew Tired of Us), Eating Animals spotlights the heroic farmers, whistleblowers, and innovators who are standing up, against all odds, to fight this system and provide a new way forward.
Join us for a screening of Eating Animals followed by a panel discussion by advocates and whistleblowers featured in the movie. The panel will be moderated by the film’s producer, Hana Wuerker. There is no cost for this screening and reservations are not required.
VIP Event and Awards Ceremony! Join FIC whistleblowers for an evening of cocktails and sustainable food to celebrate the brave contributions of food whistleblowers. The first annual Dean Wyatt Award for truth-telling will be presented. For ticketing information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at the Government Accountability Project’s FIC office.
Join us for an all-day conference at American University Washington College of Law’s Grossman Hall, with influential panelists and speakers discussing food integrity issue areas such as environmental impacts and climate change, worker rights, public health, and animal welfare. Registration and continental breakfast begin at 8:30 am. A climate-conscious lunch will be provided free of charge.
This all-day event will be held at Grossman Hall on the American University Washington College of Law campus.
Underrepresented Truth: Exploring inadequate and unequal access to environmental justice (unique challenges of low-wage workers, immigrants, undocumented workers and the rural poor.
Legal Bars to Truth-Telling: Legal professionals discuss industry tricks of the trade such as veggie libel, SLAPP suits, defamation threats, non-disclosure agreements, and sealing documents.
Contract Farmers and the Growing Resistance in Rural America: Former whistleblowers and their allies who challenge corrupt corporate farming models.
Fast Food: Impacts of USDA’s Increased Pork and Poultry Line Speeds. What does this mean for workers, animals, food safety and the environment?
Food and Climate Change: The truth about how what we eat can affect the planet. Panelists discuss the role of agriculture in the mitigation of our climate crises.