David Allen

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David works as a Project Manager in the Come to the Table Program. David was born and raised in Shelby, North Carolina and holds a Bachelor’s degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School. Prior to joining RAFI-USA, David worked in a variety of fields including journalism, education, and parish ministry. For fun, David loves cheering on his beloved North Carolina Tar Heels, listening to live music, and hanging out with his wife and two cats.

SFJFS Session 8 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling (SFJFS) held its eighth and final session on April 27 featuring three types of storytelling exercises and a recap of our time together.
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SFJFS Session 7 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its seventh session on April 13, featuring an interview with one of the authors and researchers behind Pressure Cooker, Dr. Sarah Bowen of North Carolina State University.
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SFJFS Session 6 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its fifth session on March 16, featuring an exercise on the depth of stories that the Judeo-Christian Scriptures have to offer about food, agriculture, and economy.
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SFJFS Session 5 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its fifth session on March 16, featuring a presentation from Jonathan Wilson-Hartrgrove. 
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SFJFS Session 4 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its fourth session on March 2, featuring a presentation from RAFI-USA Program Manager Aaron Johnson on corporate consolidation in the food system.
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Come to the Table Conference Listening Sessions

We are getting ready for our next Come to the Table Conference, which will be held on October 3-4, 2024. In order to make sure our conference is reflective of the issues and opportunities our partners are experiencing, we will be facilitating four virtual listening sessions to glean ideas, concerns, and more from you.
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SFJFS Session 2 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling held its second session on February 2, featuring a presentation on the prevalence of food insecurity and food apartheid in the American food system.
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SFJFS Session 1 Insights

The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling kicked off on January 19 with a session featuring a mini-workshop from author Mark Yaconelli.
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