Learn With Us Speaker Series + Volunteer Training
UNDERSTANDING THE LEGACY OF RACE AND FARMING
Special Guests: Transplanting Traditions Youth Team
June 27th - 6pm Chapel Hill Public Library, 100 Library Drive
The Transplanting Traditions Youth Collaborative has been built from the ground up by the youth involved. Through the program, the teens build their leadership and public speaking abilities, deepen their understanding of racial equity and food justice, and develop audio and video documentary skills. The teens work as advocates for the refugee community by giving farm tours, speaking at conferences, and providing cooking demonstrations at the farmers market. Come engage with the youth about food justice in the refugee community and learn how to get involved with your community with a quick training opportunity for Farmer Foodshare's Donation Station and Food Ambassadors programs.
RSVP your seat today! FREE TO ALL!
Special thanks to our sponsor: Courtney Brown of Hunter Rowe Residential Real Estate Agents & Advisors