SFJFS Sessions 5-7 Insights

Check out some highlights from sessions 5-7 of Come to the Table’s Fall 2023 School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling (SFJFS).

The fifth session featured Rev. Nurya Love Parish, Executive Director of Plainsong Farm. In her session participants explored how Scripture is filled with stories of food, agriculture, and economics in the Judeo-Christian story. The sixth session featured author and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, who explained how participants can advocate for a more just food system. Lastly, the seventh session featured Dr. Sarah Bowen, a Professor of Sociology at North Carolina State University. In this session Dr. Bowen gave insight into her book, Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won’t Solve Our Problems and What We Can Do About It.

While this cohort of SFJFS is not open for new members, we thought it would be helpful to share insights from a variety of sessions with our network through clips from each session. Watch the video below to learn more!

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