Panel: BIPOC Leaders Share Food Sovereignty Strategies

People of Color have been marginalized in regards to the production and consumption of, and access to, healthy foods and as a result have far higher rates of food insecurity and of negative health impacts that result from poor nutrition. Three community leaders discuss how they are working to break through the impacts of colonization to develop a community-owned food system that is equitable, profitable and built on respectful relationships. With farmer, author Leah Penniman; Mohawk seed keeper and farmer, Rowen White; and Rev. Herber Brown, founder of the Black Church Food Security Network.

December 13th | 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm

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Panelists


Heber Brown
Founding Director
Orita’s Cross Freedom School
Leah Penniman
Co-Executive Director
Soul Fire Farm
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Bioneers 2020 Conference - Beyond the Great Unraveling: Weaving the World Anew