Food Justice in Utah & Reconnecting to the Land
WITH DIYA SHAH (SHE/THEY)
WEDNESDAY | May 5, 2021 | 6 PM-8 PM | VIA ZOOM
Free to all Womxn, Femmes, and Non-Binary Persons of Color
Join us for an interactive presentation of exploring how food is a multidimensional lens to understand the self, connect with our communities, and provide solutions for societal and planetary crises. Diya Shah, a local food advocate, shares with us their graduate and community work in learning how Communities of Color have long used food and connection to land as a means for resilience, resistance, and healing. We will learn about the work of decolonizing what food and land mean to us in our daily lives, and how we can practice a mindset of advocacy and connection for the future of our world.
Preparation & Supplies Needed for this Workshop:
- Set up your device in a private and comfortable location
- A journal or sketchbook for note-taking, thoughts, and impressions
Allies/Accomplices Please be Advised:
We appreciate your solidarity and indeed, hope for your support. We ask that you respect that meetings and our outings (unless otherwise noted) are only open to women of color. For the time being, please increase your own understanding and participation in justice and equity work and consider supporting our group financially. No amount is too small and we truly appreciate your support.