Exploring Equitable Approaches to Ending Hunger in America: Food, Farming, Families, and Justice
March 28, 2022 1:00 PM -
Zero Hunger Pathways Project Dialogue 5: Exploring Equitable Approaches to Ending Hunger in America
In honor of Women’s History Month and National Nutrition Month, SDSN USA will be holding Zero Hunger Pathways Project Dialogue 5: Exploring Equitable Approaches to Ending Hunger in America on March 28th, 2022.
This dialogue is being jointly organized by US SDSN’s Zero Hunger Pathways Project and Diversity and Equity Working Group and Howard University’s Center for Women, Gender and Global Leadership. It will explore the impact of historic inequities and what policies and approaches are needed to address racial and gender inequities to put the country on the pathway to zero hunger.
Food, Farming, Families, and Justice Panelists
Goulda A. Downer, PhD, RD, LN, CNS, FAND is an Associate Professor in the College of Medicine at Howard University
Eloris D. Speight: Director of the Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers (SDFR) Policy Research Center (Policy Center). In this capacity she leads the Policy Center in conducting research on policy impacting socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers and making policy recommendations that will improve the success of SDFR. The Policy Center played a key role in advocating for items that are included in the 2018 Farm Bill, which benefit SDFR.
Schuyler W. Bond, Black Farmer in Haywood County Tennessee, and Chemical Inspector