Transforming Baltimore's Black Food Narrative

The course will explore the potential of building a local food sovereignty movement, with people of African descent at the center.

Location
ImpactHub
Instructor
Eric Jackson
Part of
July Workshops
Sessions
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 6:00 - 7:30 PM
 
 

The course will explore the potential of building a local food sovereignty movement, with people of African descent at the center. This course will serve as a workshop for interested Black people of color to begin visioning and defining our path to address classism- and racism-induced "food apartheid" that poor and Black people experience in Baltimore City. We will look at solutions in building a movement toward food sovereignty, including urban agriculture, cooperative economic development, culture, and political education, to name a few. Learners/Participants will be engaged through various teaching methods for diverse learning and sharing styles.