Saturday, January 19



Seed the Commons, a San Francisco-based organization, hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop at UCLA. The lecture and workshop taught attendees about problems with the international food system by comparing it to precolonial Mesoamerican food models. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

Tamale-making workshop discusses social justice in modern food systems

Organizers used an organic, vegan tamale to represent a fair, precolonial food system at Seed the Commons’ latest event Tuesday. The San Francisco-based organization hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Seed the Commons, a San Francisco-based organization, hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop at UCLA. The lecture and workshop taught attendees about problems with the international food system by comparing it to precolonial Mesoamerican food models. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

Seed the Commons, a San Francisco-based organization, hosted a food justice lecture Tuesday followed by a tamale-making workshop at UCLA. The lecture and workshop taught attendees about problems with the international food system by comparing it to precolonial Mesoamerican food models. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)