Trina Moyles – Book Launch in Edmonton and Peace River
Join local writer and human rights activist, Trina Moyles, to celebrate the launch of her first book Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World.
Hosted by Erinne Sevigny Adachi, the evening will highlight women’s global achievements in growing food and community development, and include a reading by the author. Signed books will be available for purchase at $30/book.
All proceeds from a silent auction will support Change for Children Association’s farming and gender equality projects in Guatemala.
CASH-BAR (Menu Available)
SILENT AUCTION (Cash/cheques only)
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PRAISE FOR WOMEN WHO DIG:
“A haunting, powerful and important journey, one that crosses the borders of class, race and nation, and one that belongs in the canon of food studies. I’ll be thinking about the testimonies in this book for a very long time to come.”
̶ Raj Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System
“Moyles’s vibrant travel writing—her arrival in India on the eve of the Diwali festival is a highlight—and K. J. Dakin’s color photographs bring these disparate locations to life and ensure that these women farmers’ work will be invisible no longer: “They will feed the world. They will remake history.””
– Foreword Reviews (https://