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Using Food to Dismantle Racism
March 2 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pmFree
This is part of DPCM’s regular 11:30am Tuesday morning check-ins by ZOOM.
Jacqueline Dwyer, MES, Farmer, and Noel Livingston, Farm Manager, are Co-Founders: Toronto Black Farmers and Food Growers Collective; Global Family of Farmers – Cooperative Community Food Hub; Afro-Indigenous Food Security Festival.
Jacqueline lived in the Davenport Perth community before moving to Jane Finch. She was featured in DPCM’s first Tasting Davenport Routes video in 2017, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkhHd_7sp-k&ab_channel=DavenportPerthCommunityMinistryDPCM
Jacqueline is a passionate community organizer/farmer. Her mission is to grow ”clean” food. She wants to see all generations of people within the African diaspora realize affordable foods create food sustainability, and create stronger sense of community. Jacqueline loves to hold sprout workshops, as well as sharing her knowledge around food justice. – from https://torontoblackfarmersandfoodgrowerscollective.webstarts.com/about.html
- March 2
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
- Event Categories:
- Community Events, Educational, Justice
- Event Tags:
- all ages, blm, climate justice, diversity, education, food, free, racism, social justice, Toronto, zoom
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