“Our Space, Our Food, Our Bed Stuy” on Saturday, July 13, 2013. The film was produced (this past semester in Public Health Documentary) by IMA student Makia Harper, Phung Tran-Khamphounvong, Uki Lau, and Samantha Riddell, two public health students and undergraduate in the media studies program.
Our Space, Our Food, Our Bed-Stuy is a 13-minute documentary short examining the lack of healthy foods available to members of Brooklyn’s historically African American neighborhood, Bedford Stuyvesant. Through the lens of local residents, shop owners, gardeners and activists, Our Space explores the multifaceted nature of Bed-Stuy’s issues with food access while highlighting the grassroots initiatives that address the problem every step of the way.
There is absolutely no way you can watch this film and not get hungry, so, we encourage you to join us for the entire day for a healthy feast among friends and community members to share ideas, insight, and good times.
If you are interested in attending please rsvp to: email@example.com.
The details in a snap shot are:
What: Summer Feast and Screening of “Our Space, Our Food, Our BedStuy”
Where: Jane Bailey Memorial Garden
327-329 Greene Ave (between Classon and Franklin)
When: Saturday, July 13, 2013
**Screening of the film will be @4:00
$2.00 Donation recommended for Jane Bailey Memorial Garden
Please feel free to bring a lawn chair or other collapsible chair as seating is