Many workers in our local food system, from farmers to fast food employees, do not earn a wage that allows them to support themselves without public assistance nor to acquire healthy food for themselves and their families. We will talk about what raising the minimum wage could do for workers and and how that increase might positively or negatively affect things from the price of food to our taxes.
We ask that individuals do not register for more than five (5) tickets per class
- Dinner served at 5:30pm, discussion from 6:00-7:30pm
- CareSource Community Kitchen, 633 Parsons Avenue, Columbus 43206
Classes are open to all, regardless of ability to pay. We ask that all participants register online to confirm their seat.
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