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Conversations on Food Justice: Faith & Food Justice
Faith based organizations fuse a moral framework around some of the most challenging issues facing our world, making them invaluable allies in the movement for food justice. Across faiths, leaders are mobilizing their communities to tackle food insecurity from all angles—from local efforts to distribute food and resources to families in need, to advocating for more equitable social and economic policies that can move the needle on poverty and increasing calls for climate justice. This work is nothing new for communities of faith, who have long played a role in shaping social policy and community activism.

In this session, we will explore how faith communities are working alongside environmentalists, the labor movement, animal rights activists, community organizers, charitable organizations, and health advocates to make our food systems more just, equitable, and sustainable.

Rev. Eugene Cho, President and CEO of Bread for the World
Anwar Khan, President at Islamic Relief USA
Abby J. Leibman, President and CEO, MAZON (A Jewish Response to Hunger)
Preet Singh, Pantry Organizer, Khalsa Care Foundation

Moderated by Simran Jeet Singh, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Religion & Society Program at the Aspen Institute

Apr 20, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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