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Dayton Fair Trade Town
Dayton Fair Trade continues fair trade awareness in Dayton.
Gem City Food Trolley: A food justice project
We believe that food justice is critical to growing better my integrated communities with healthy children and adults. By connecting people to food we immediately lessen their dismiss-ability and integral part to reshaping our city and moving toward a richer atmosphere of compassion. Our food justice project has been rolled into a Montgomery County initiative in partnership with local entities. The project received a sizable grant and will launch fall of 2015 as The Market at Wright Stop Plaza
GO Fair Dayton
A fair trade event held on World Fair Trade Day in May to support, promote and educate the local audience about fair trade and issues that contribute to, celebrate and grow it.
International Happy Family Dinner
This happens every December and it is great. A way to bring together community for a dinner. There is limited space and the rules are ... bring an interesting dish and be ready to talk to someone you don't know. The 2017 dinner is December 1, 2014 from 6-9 p.m. at Junior League of Dayton offices, in Downtown Dayton.
Start Freedom Dayton
A film and speakers series showcasing issues directly related to and leading to the growth of human trafficking. Started 2012, the films we have screened include:
Not My Life
Half the Sky
Call + Response
Very Young Girls
Born Into Brothels
The People and The Olive
In Plain Sight
Dark Side of Chocolate
The People and The Olive
Dayton Fair Trade Project
The Dayton Fair Trade Project sprouted after Dayton became a Fair Trade Town and due to growing interest for fair trade products, awareness and partnerships across SW Ohio. DFTP presents GO Fair Dayton, a fair trade celebration on World Fair Trade Day in May in Dayton Ohio. In 2015, we are partnering with Columbus in thier quest for fair trade certification. Visit gofairdayton.wordpress.com for more information.
Writers Open Space
In 2014 Peace on Fifth partnered with a local organization to create a space for writers. It was a blank space (no rules, no wi-fi, no animals) to write. An important part of our work to end trafficking is to get people in the community IN the community.
Bringing local artists into our space to partner with you in an empowering way to change the way you see art, the way you see connection and even the way that you see yourself.