Civil Rights in Food Service

Nutrition Services
Civil Rights in Food Service

The goal of this course is to give nutrition services staff an overview of civil rights, and to educate them on their responsibilities as overseers of child nutrition programs. Topics covered include the definition of civil rights and discrimination, Federal Public Notification requirements, and compliance and complaint procedures.

  1. Full Course (Spanish) - 16 minutes
    Derechos Civiles en el Servicio de Alimentos
  2. Frontline Staff - 16 minutes
    This is designed for all frontline staff.
  3. Administrative Staff - 18 minutes
    This is designed for administrative staff.
Course Authors
Art Dunham
Art Dunham served as President of the Florida School Food Service Association from 2003-2004 and Secretary/Treasurer of the School Nutrition Association from 2007-2009. Art currently holds the titles of Certified Food Service Professional and School Nutrition Specialist. While teaching Hotel/Tourism courses at the Schiller International University, Art is also the Assistant Director of school food services at Pinellas County Schools and serves as a member of the International Association of Food Protection. Art received his master's degree in food service management from the New York University in 1986 and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Food Service (DFS) from the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM) in 2007.