Communities of Color on Food Issues: An Outsider's Guide to Doing Honorable Social Justice WorkCommunities of Color on Food Issues: An Outsider's Guide to Doing Honorable Social Justice Workhttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/248321Bond Memorial Hall, Swarthmore College2013-10-09T16:30:002013-10-09T18:00:00
October 9, 4:30PM–6:00PM
Bond Memorial Hall, Swarthmore College
Mellon Creative Resident Michael W. Twitty and food activist Tina Johnson discuss questions of food inequalities and color
Culinary Historian Michael W. Twitty and local food activist and Tina Johnson, Director of the Chester Co-op will discuss issues related to equality of access to high quality food for communities of color in the United States. The two panelists will address questions focused on where and how food is grown, distributed and efforts to insure availability of sufficient food for people in urban communities. Twitty and Johnson will share their insights about foodways in communities of color and the need for respectful engagement by concerned outsiders.
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Tom Bonner, Mellon Creative Residencies Coordinator