FERMENT
FOR
FOOD
JUSTICE

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2-Weekend Virtual International Event

FERMENT FOR
FOOD JUSTICE

October 10-11

October 17-18

Saturday & Sunday
10am – 8pm EST

Presented by Community Cultures

Pay What You Can to attend

+60 PRESENTERS

from +10 Countries

All donations benefit BIPOC-led organizations
Streaming via Zoom & Instagram Live

Fermentation Demos

Lectures

Art Exhibits

Interviews

Open Conversations

Ferment for Food Justice

MISSION

to provide accessible education that illustrates
the metaphor of fermentation as an act of social change
by honoring the diverse voices in our communities

FUNDRAISER

Donate what you can.
Payment is based on the honor system.
We suggest $10-25 per workshop based on what you can afford.

Presenters are participating for free.

All proceeds will be split evenly
between 5 BIPOC-led food justice organizations.
Total amount of donations received will be shared after the event.

BENEFICIARIES

Habitat Sur

Habitat Sur

“Habitat Sur is an initiative of people who are connected to the Amazon and its people from the heart.

We deeply believe in the enormous social, cultural and ecological capital of this region of the country.

To preserve it, we create cultural spaces in which we promote the exchange of traditional, academic and empirical knowledge about the Amazon and we promote more sustainable practices for life in the jungle.”

Habitat Sur

“Habitat Sur is an initiative of people who are connected to the Amazon and its people from the heart. 

We deeply believe in the enormous social, cultural and ecological capital of this region of the country. 

To preserve it, we create cultural spaces in which we promote the exchange of traditional, academic and empirical knowledge about the Amazon and we promote more sustainable practices for life in the jungle.”

Habitat Sur

“Habitat Sur is an initiative of people who are connected to the Amazon and its people from the heart. 

We deeply believe in the enormous social, cultural and ecological capital of this region of the country. 

To preserve it, we create cultural spaces in which we promote the exchange of traditional, academic and empirical knowledge about the Amazon and we promote more sustainable practices for life in the jungle.”

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NATIFS)

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems

“Our mission is to promote Indigenous foodways education and facilitate Indigenous food access.

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NāTIFS), founded by James Beard award winners The Sioux Chef, is dedicated to addressing the economic and health crises affecting Native communities by re-establishing Native foodways. We imagine a new North American food system that generates wealth and improves health in Native communities through food-related enterprises.”

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems

“Our mission is to promote Indigenous foodways education and facilitate Indigenous food access.

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NāTIFS), founded by James Beard award winners The Sioux Chef, is dedicated to addressing the economic and health crises affecting Native communities by re-establishing Native foodways. We imagine a new North American food system that generates wealth and improves health in Native communities through food-related enterprises.”

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems

“Our mission is to promote Indigenous foodways education and facilitate Indigenous food access.

North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NāTIFS), founded by James Beard award winners The Sioux Chef, is dedicated to addressing the economic and health crises affecting Native communities by re-establishing Native foodways. We imagine a new North American food system that generates wealth and improves health in Native communities through food-related enterprises.”

La Via Campesina

La Via Campesina

“La Via Campesina is an international movement bringing together millions of peasants, small and medium size farmers, landless people, rural women and youth, indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers from around the world.”

La Via Campesina

“La Via Campesina is an international movement bringing together millions of peasants, small and medium size farmers, landless people, rural women and youth, indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers from around the world.”

La Via Campesina

“La Via Campesina is an international movement bringing together millions of peasants, small and medium size farmers, landless people, rural women and youth, indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers from around the world.”

The Okra Project

The Okra Project

“The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.

During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community. In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.”

The Okra Project

“The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.

During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community. In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.”

The Okra Project

“The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.

During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community. In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.”

National Black Food and Justice Alliance (NBFJA)

National Black Food & Justice Alliance

“National Black Food and Justice Alliance (NBFJA) is a coalition of Black-led organizations working towards cultivating and advancing Black leadership, building Black self-determination, Black institution building and organizing for food sovereignty, land and justice. The Alliance seeks to achieve this by engaging in broad based coalition organizing for black food and land, increasing visibility of Black led narratives and work, advancing Black led visions for just and sustainable communities, and building capacity for self-determination within our local, national, and international food systems and land rights work.”

National Black Food & Justice Alliance

“National Black Food and Justice Alliance (NBFJA) is a coalition of Black-led organizations working towards cultivating and advancing Black leadership, building Black self-determination, Black institution building and organizing for food sovereignty, land and justice. The Alliance seeks to achieve this by engaging in broad based coalition organizing for black food and land, increasing visibility of Black led narratives and work, advancing Black led visions for just and sustainable communities, and building capacity for self-determination within our local, national, and international food systems and land rights work.”

National Black Food & Justice Alliance

“National Black Food and Justice Alliance (NBFJA) is a coalition of Black-led organizations working towards cultivating and advancing Black leadership, building Black self-determination, Black institution building and organizing for food sovereignty, land and justice. The Alliance seeks to achieve this by engaging in broad based coalition organizing for black food and land, increasing visibility of Black led narratives and work, advancing Black led visions for just and sustainable communities, and building capacity for self-determination within our local, national, and international food systems and land rights work.”

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PRESENTATION SCHEDULE

All presentations will be streamed via Zoom and IG live.
Video recordings will be available after the event.
Link to Ferment For Food Justice live stream.

FFFJ Schedule Saturday October 17th

Saturday Schedule

OCTOBER 17th

10 – 10:30am EST

Kombucha in Ketchup & Hot Sauce
with Honey Islam
@mountainbeekombucha

on IG live

10:30 – 11:30am EST

Seasonal Flavors in Ferments for Health
with Jade
@milkandhoneyherbs

on IG live

11:30am – 12pm EST

Reaching Beyond the Fermentation Community:
Attracting New Audiences with a Print Magazine
with Camille
@fairmentation

on IG live

12 – 1pm EST

Adventures in Fermenting Food Waste:
Nukazuke and Waste Bran Ferments
with Johnny Drain
@drjohnnydrain

on IG live

1 – 1:30pm EST

Cheeses of The Oppressed
with David Asher
@theblacksheepschool

on Zoom

1:30 – 2pm EST

Decolonizing Cocoa Fermentation
with Carla
@chocoinstitute

on IG live

2 – 2:30pm EST

What Do Kraut and Consensus Have in Common?
Fermentation and Worker Co-ops
with Lucy Kahn
@realpickles

on Zoom

2:30 – 3pm EST

The Makings of Makgeolli
with Alice Jun
@hanamakgeolli

on Zoom

3 – 3:45pm EST

The Challenge of Growing a Business
Based on Wild Fermented Beverages
with Manuel Garcia Laborde
@manuelgarcialaborde

on IG live en español

3:45 – 4:30pm EST

Go Back and Get It:
Fermentation For Cultural Transformation
with Tara Whitsitt
@fermentationonwheels

on IG live

4:30 – 5pm EST

No Waste Fermentation
with Misti
@misti.j.norris

on Zoom

4:30 – 5pm EST

Love of Fermentation, Love to Our GI
with Ana Gabriela Mendez
@ana_gabriela_mendez_

on IG live en español

5 – 6pm EST

An Interview with Sandorkraut
with Sarah Owens & Sandor Katz
@sarah_c_owens & @sandorkraut

on IG live

6 – 6:30pm EST

Tempe with Beans From the Pantry
with Sarah Arrazola
@stpeteferments

on IG live

7 – 7:45pm EST

Using Kombucha Vinegar
with Veena
@veena_fermavore

on IG live

7:45 – 8:15pm EST

Ferment Share: Audience Show and Tell
with Trevor
@communitycultures

on Zoom

FFFJ Schedule Sunday October 18th

Sunday Schedule

OCTOBER 18th

10 – 10:30am EST

Koji Whole Muscle Charcuterie
with Meredith Leigh
@mereleighfood

on IG live

10:30 – 11am EST

Dosa Kitchen Tour & Demo
with Nash Patel & Leda Scheintaub
@dosakitchen

on IG live

11 – 11:30am EST

Fermented Fresh Peppercorns
with Christine Krauss
@chirp_food

on IG live

11:30 – 12pm EST

Amazake: Koji’s Sweet Secret
with María José Mantilla
@macondiments

on IG live

12 – 1pm EST

Promenading the Decay Rolling Off the Crest of
Our Seasons’ Melodic Hum
with Justin Lubecki
@fermentpittsburgh

on IG live

1 – 2pm EST

Idli & The Natural Microflora
with Jayashree Iyengar
@poppingmustardseeds

on Zoom

2 – 2:30pm EST

Preserving Herbal Abundance:
Fermenting Herbs & Greens for Flavour, Health & Each Other
with Llewyn Màire
@savage.craic

on Zoom

2:30 – 3pm EST

Fermenting in Natural Materials
with Adam Elabd
@yesfolk

on IG live

3 – 3:45pm EST

Fermented Vegan Cheese
with Cheryl Paswater
@contrabandferments

on IG live

3:45 – 4:15pm EST

Fermenting Citrus: Origin & Cooking
with Jess Wang
@picklepickle.co

on Zoom

4:15 – 4:45pm EST

Cultivating Kombucha, Community & Compassion
with Susan Cartiglia
@RadiateMiami

on IG live

4:45 – 5:30pm EST

Fermenting Neighborhood Apples Into Cider
with Kirsten Shockey & Christopher Shockey
@ferment.works

on IG live

5:30 – 6pm EST

Getting Your Gluten Free Starter Started…
and What To Do with All That Pesky Starter Discard
with Oliver Pinder
@wildrisebakery

on IG live

6 – 6:45pm EST

Creative & Nutritious Krauts
with Kathrin Brunner & Andrew Hodge
@fortheloveofbody

on IG live

6:45 – 7:45pm EST

Regenerative Farming & Ecological Restoration
Using Fermentation
with Cuauhtemoc Villa
@bokashi4u

on IG live

7:45 – 8:15pm EST

Sourdough & Whole Grains
with Emily Squadra
@wildflowerbaking

on IG live

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