The Community of Living Traditions and the Stony Point Center Farm is pleased to welcome
food sovereignty activist from Sri Lanka
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 @ 7:00pm
Stony Point Center
17 Cricketown Road, Stony Point NY 10980
Mr. Kumara will share about his organizing within the fisher-people’s movement, as well as the security and economic difficulties that the movement faces. We will discuss how we can build solidarity relationships to support each other’s organizing.
The event is free of charge and open to all. Attendees are welcome to come early and share dinner at Stony Point Center’s dining hall for $15.
Co-sponsored by White Plains Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program
More information on Mr. Kumara’s organizing: tiny.cc/ppp-hk
Photo: Mr. Kumara speaks at the 2015 World Fisheries Day in Jaffna. Used with permission from http://www.nafso-online.org/2015_11_23_archive.html