Saturday, October 15, 2011
Noon -- 2:00 pm
Rockin K' Cafe
(across from CVS, aka Bogart's)
This is a chance to meet Maria, a coffee farmer from the Dominican Republic, to hear about the benefits of Fair Trade first-hand.
Of course, you will also be able to enjoy some fair-trade coffee, and snacks will also be served. After the event, Social Justice League students will take Maria around the BSU campus, to show her where fair-trade products are served.
This event is free and open to the public, but donations are welcome.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Monday, August 1, 2011
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Fair Trade Certified Bananas. (2010). 2009/2010 Impact Report - TransFair USA. Retrieved June 23, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/Bananas_Impact_Report.pdf
Fair Trade Certified Cocoa. (2009). 2009 Impact Report - TransFair USA. Retrieved June 17, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/Cocoa_Impact_Report_0.pdf
Fair Trade Certified Coffee. (2010, September 1). Impact Report - TransFair USA. Retrieved June 16, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/Coffee_Impact_Report_1.pdf
Fair Trade Certified Flowers. (2010). 2009/2010 Impact Report - TransFair USA. Retrieved June 17, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/Flowers_Impact_Report_0.pdf
Fair Trade Certified Sugar. (2009). 2009 Impact Report - TransFair USA. Retrieved June 16, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/Sugar_Impact_Report_0.pdf
Fair Trade Certified Tea. (2010). Fair Trade USA 2010 Impact Report. Retrieved June 17, 2011, from www.transfairusa.org/sites/default/files/2010%20Tea%20Impact%20Report.pdf
“Black Gold” Documentary
“Birdsong &Coffee: A Wake up Call”
“After the Harvest: Fighting Hunger in the Coffee Lands” Short Documentary
“Just Coffee” Short Documentary about fair trade coffee
Frontline special on Coffee in Guatemala & coffee crisis
Fair Trade with special focus on handicrafts
Three college students trace the origins of their cups of coffee back to the farm
Fair Trade coffee in Uganda
Fair Trade Videos from Fair Trade Australia and New Zealand
Fair Trade – In General
“Fair Trade – The Story” – short video about fair trade and Fair Trade USA
“Fair Trade: the Power of the Consumer” - very short video about being a conscious consumer
“Shopping with a Conscience” – short video about conscious consumption
Very short video about why to buys fair trade
Short introductory videos from Fair Trade International about Fair Trade
“Fair Trade: Improving Lives” Short film from Fair Trade USA
Short film about Fair Trade & Fair Trade USA
Why choose Fair Trade?
Fair Trade Farmers Share their Stories – hour long video from Fair Trade USA
“Fair Trade: Protecting the Environment” A short film from Fair Trade USA
“Fair Trade: Quality Products” A short film by Fair Trade USA
Very short video on Fair Trade from Nourish Life
Free vs. Fair Trade
Short Films about Fair Trade from the Fair Trade Foundation
“Equal Exchange travels to Chiapas, Mexico” short video
“The Price of Sugar” Documentary about the sugar industry in the Dominican Republic
“The Dark Side of Chocolate” Documentary
“Chocolate Country” is a documentary about cacao farmers in the Dominican Republic
“Banana Split” Documentary
“Grains of Change: a Peoples’ Voice” Documentary about fair trade rice plantation in N. Thailand
“Ensuring Equitable pay for Growers: Whole Trade Haitian Francis Mangoes”
Our Global Economic System & Modern Day Slavery
“The Story of Stuff”
“Trade Justice: Why world Trade rules need to change”
“Outsourced” Short film about outsourcing & its’ effect on the global economy
“Hidden Faces of Globalization”
What is Globalization? – A definition by Noam Chomsky
Modern Day Slavery
How Modern Day Slavery is connected to you as a consumer
How slavery is connected to us through the electronics we use – A story of slavery in the Congo
“Tomorrow’s Global Food System: Opportunities and Challenges”
“The Hidden Battle for the World Food System”
“Stuffed, Starved, & Sprayed”
“Global Food Justice”
“King Corn” Documentary about corn and food industry
“The Future of Food” Documentary about food and the less than honest practices of the food industry.
“Food Inc” Documentary about the food industry and what’s really in our food.
Suggestions for eating healthy, for both you and the environment!
“Michael Pollan: Food Chain” very short video about food chain – from seed to table
“Michael Pollan: Why Eat Local” very short video on importance of buying local
“In Season” Short video about buying food in season
“Farmers Markets” Short video about the importance of local farms
What’s wrong with our food system? (from the eyes of an 11 year old)
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Where our food comes from…
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