"From Soil to Sanctuary: How Black Churches Are Advancing Food Security" with Rev. Dr. Heber Brown III
|Date||September 15, 2022|
|Time||6:00 - 7:00 pm|
|Location||Armstrong Browning Library (Hankamer Treasure Room) 710 Speight Avenue, Waco, TX 76706|
Rev. Brown will discuss how his network is partnering with Black churches to garden sustainably on their property, host farmers' markets, and distribute food from Black farmers to help their communities grow economically and withstand challenges of climate change, food security, and systematic discrimination.
Followed by a 7:15 reception at the Baylor Community Garden at Browning Square (1721 S. 9th St., Waco, TX 76706).
Please register by Sept. 14 Registration Link
Sponsored by the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs; Department of English; Truett Seminary's Theology, Ecology, and Food Justice Program; The American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
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|Publisher||Office of Interdisciplinary Programs|
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