Community Food Security 101: What’s the Food System Got To Do With It?
Community Food Security 101: What’s the Food System Got To Do With It? is an interactive education tool giving participants a “tour” of the global food system and an opportunity to explore the myriad social and environmental implications of this system, and its effects on food insecurity and hunger.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Community Food Security, Food Systems and Agriculture - Community Members
In May 2002, Amy graduated from Xavier University in Ohio where she studied social work and peace studies. Her vision for greater social justice springs from the inequity she has seen at home and abroad. Amy’s experience includes working with homeless families in Cincinnati and in New York and working for an NGO in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Bridget graduated from Duke University in May 2002 with a self-designed curriculum in Race and Ethnic Relations and Social Policy. She spearheaded several campus projects to promote socially conscious career choices and cultivated an interest in immigration issues, especially those pertaining to farm workers. She also studied race relations at la Universidad de La Habana in Cuba for a semester.
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