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From @eastoaklandcollective on Instagram:

Join EOC leadership for a robust discussion:

Planting the Seeds for Justice: Black Women Reimagining the Food System

Date: 08/11/2020
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm PDT
RSVP form: bit.ly/3g9ulbk

In light of the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement, the UC Berkeley Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) is hosting a panel on Black-led food advocacy efforts. The goal of this panel is to deepen participants’ understanding of the intersection between food advocacy and racial justice. SERC is excited and honored to present four incredible Black, female-identifying leaders to share their experiences as leaders within the food justice movement:

Pinky Winchester—Pinky & Red’s
Rain Truth—The Cultured Vegan
Candice Elder—East Oakland Collective
Ayano Jeffers-Fabro—Acta Non Verba

 

[Image ID: Outline illustrations of vegetable, herbs, fruits, and poultry surrounding the event text with photos of the speakers at the bottom quarter of the flyer. Event text: “Planting the Seeds for Justice: Black Women Reimagining the Food System. RSVP here: bit.ly/3g9ulbk. August 11, 2020 | 6 – 8 pm PDT | Zoom. Featuring: Pinky Winchester – Pinky & Red’s; Candice Elder – East Oakland Collective; Rain Truth – The Cultured Vegan; Ayano Jeffers-Fabro – Acta Non Verba”]

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