Today is the last day to reserve your hotel room at a discounted rate for OCM’s 20th Annual Food and Agriculture Conference. Rooms are booking up fast so don’t miss your opportunity to join the discussion on how we can break the corporate stranglehold on our food system.
We’re excited to highlight one of our outstanding panels, “Voices from Our Communities.” This conversation will focus on how market concentration impacts all of us, especially those who have been marginalized by systemic power imbalances.
OCM is committed to ensuring economic justice for all, and to accomplish this objective we must work together to remove the barriers that have denied many Americans a fair shot at their piece of America’s prosperity. We are joining together to learn how we can reach this objective, so come, learn, and join the fight to break the stranglehold.
Voices from Our Communities
Janie Simms Hipp, Indigenous Food and Agriculture Institute
Tamara Jones, Southeastern African American Farmers’ Organic Network
Lorette Picciano, Rural Coalition/Coalicíon Rural
Pam Potthoff, Women Involved in Farm Economics
John Boyd, Jr., National Black Farmers Association and OCM
See you in Kansas City!