Peace and Conflict: Coffee & Migration
February 5, Saturday, 10am-Noon Utilizing his knowledge and experience as co-founder of Cafe Justo, a farmer- owned coffee cooperative located in Chiapas Mexico, Tommy Bassett will trace the origins of migration and border control efforts along the south- west border. He will then provide a short history of coffee and demonstrate how Cafe Justo coffee, sold in churches, parishes and synagogues throughout the southwest, can provide an avenue for serious faith-based reflection on immigration issues, while greatly assisting coffee farmers in poverty-stricken regions of the world. A coffee tasting is included in the program .
$10 per person Featuring Tommy Bassett, Co-founder, Café Justo and the Just Trade Center which exists to pro- mote and replicate the Cafe Justo model among other coffee producing regions.
Register at www.thecasa.org or call 480-948-7460 x 157.
Franciscan Renewal Center 5802 E. Lincoln Drive 480-948-7460