NAFSN Good Food Talk: A Sharing of Healing Works
With so many of us holding grief and sorrow during these times, it may seem like there is no relief from the uncertainty. However, some people have found imaginative ways to express the grief and despair they're feeling through creative works.
During the second week of the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge, participants were invited to delve into what healing may look and feel like and to deepen their understanding of its critical role in our struggle for racial equity in our food systems.
The May North American Food Systems Network (NAFSN) Good Food Talk webinar will provide a space for anyone to share creative, healing works of poetry, music, artwork, or dance that have served as their anchor, guiding star, or nurturing inspiration. We are leaning in and being in community with each other, especially during these times. The webinar is free and open to all.
This will be a participatory experience. Karen Spiller and Curtis Ogden of Food Solutions New England (FSNE; sponsor of the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge) will lead us through discussions, including break-out discussions facilitated by members of NAFSN.
You’re invited to join us and bring your poetry, spoken words, music, visual arts, and creative dances to share in this healing moment together with others.
Recommended webinar pre-work
Webinar Facilitator: Gail Myers, Farms to Grow, Inc., and chair of the NAFSN Leadership Circle
Presenters: Karen Spiller and Curtis Ogden of Food Solutions New England (FSNE)
Co-host: the Wallace Center
|Event Date||5/27/2020 3:00 pm ET|
|Event End Date||5/27/2020 4:00 pm ET|