Event: Food Sustainability Panel (2/28)

FoodUMBC’s Graduate Student Association (GSA) will host a discussion of community engagement and food justice next Thursday, February 28th at 6:00 p.m. in Lower Flat Tuesday’s (The Commons, UMBC). The event marks the kickoff of a collaboration between the GSA and Pigtown Food for Thought.

Panelists will include Toma Solano and Eric Jackson, Baltimore natives and community activists who founded Pigtown Food for Thought; Jessica McNeely, a UMBC graduate student in psychology studying food justice issues; and Jill Wrigley, who teaches a course about food in UMBC’s Interdisciplinary Studies program and previously served as an Open Society Institute Fellow.

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  1. […] semester’s activities, supported by a BreakingGround Community Program Grant, have included a kickoff panel discussion, cooking classes for young people in the Pigtown/Washington Village neighborhood, gardening, and […]

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