Food Against Fascism is a collective of approximately 15 students and community members who prepare and distribute a free five-course meal in a non-exclusionary manner to folks in and around the Concordia area. The meals are prepared using recuperated food wherever possible, in an effort to counter consumer culture. We serve outside of the Hall building and QPIRG Concordia at the corner of Mackay and de Maisonneuve every Saturday at 2 p.m. where folks can have a free meal and take a free bilingual zine that we produced during the Spring of 2017 called “Fascism: What’s up with that? A primary goal of the project is to try to engage and familiarize people of various backgrounds with anti-fascist organizing, in an ongoing effort to raise consciousness about the rise of the far-right both locally and abroad. Partly inspired by Food not Bombs, our project is rooted in anti-fascist, anti-capitalist, anti-colonial, anti-racist, anti-ableist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobic and anti-transphobic organizing practices.