Launched in January of 2021, the School for Food Justice, Faith and Storytelling brings together faith leaders across North Carolina to:
– Learn about the root causes of hunger
– Uncover and challenge the dominant narrative around why people are hungry
– Dive into theological frameworks underpinning food relief ministries and justice work
– Learn how story-based strategies can transform the conversation on hunger in communities
– Gain tools to implement new and creative strategies to end hunger in their communities in partnership with others
– Connect with other faith leaders and build relationships
Our 2021 Cohort includes more than 40 faith leaders committed to deepening their understanding of systemic injustices in the food system and how communities of faith can respond to these inequities.
Read our blog post announcing the School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling.