Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021 | 11 a.m.
Join us on Zoom (Dial-in: 646-558-8656)
The College is excited to host its first Enough Is Enough teach-in session of the fall 2021 semester. We return with an interesting discussion on how to best achieve food security through food sovereignty. The College has been dedicated to helping and educating its community about sourcing healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through environmentally responsible methods through the use of Grady’s Community Garden. Join the conversation with urban farmers and hunger relief specialists to learn about sustainable farming, food access and security in our neighboring communities, and other ways you can support our students and your community in gaining food sovereignty.
Hosted by Dr. Donald Guy Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia
Moderated by Jenavia Weaver, Director of Student Engagement, Community College of Philadelphia
Christa Barfield, Founder & CEO, Farmer Jawn Philly
Loree D. Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Philabundance
Ty Holmberg, Co-director, Sankofa Farms
Elizabeth Okero, Director of Operations, Urban Creators at Life Do Grow Farm