The student-sponsored “Fight for Your Food Film Festival” will be held throughout April at UW-Green Bay. The series begins at 7 p.m. on April 7, with a showing of “Fresh” in Rose Hall 250. The film series is free of charge, and is open to the general public. Running every Wednesday throughout the month of April, the event will feature a different movie each week, all of which will deal with a different topic concerning the state of our current food system. “Fight for Your Food Film Festival” is sponsored by SLO Food Alliance, UW-Green Bay Dietetics Club and the UW-Green Bay Student Government Association.
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