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Just a very quick post to let you know that this Friday, October 24th, is Food Day. This is a national event that celebrates real food, just food. Here in D.C., a food justice panel discussion will be held in The First Amendment Room of the National Press Club at 9:00 a.m.
Based on Food Day’s website, here are 5 things you can do to get involved:
Here are five ways you can participate from wherever you are:
- Attend a Food Day event — Check out our Food Day national map and plug in your zipcode to find details about Food Day events near you;
- Join the #FoodDayChat Twitter Chat — 5 hours, 5 topics–a conversation about food justice, public health, food policy, and more. This online event is hosted by @FoodDay2014, 12-5pm ET on October 24. Follow and use hashtag #FoodDayChat to participate.
- Thunderclap — Register your social media account for the #FoodDay2014 Thunderclap to add your voice to support real and just food for all. The more people who sign up, the bigger the impact we can make!
- Food Literacy Quiz — Share the Food Day Food Literacy Quiz and encourage your network to take it on Food Day.
- #FoodDayPlate — Participate in the #FoodDayPlate contest on social media by sharing a photo of your healthy or sustainable meal on Food Day! Use hashtag #FoodDayPlate to participate.” (www.foodday.org)