种族平等和食物正义
食物正义和种族正义是密不可分的。在本次会议中,参与者将了解食品系统中的系统性种族主义,同时了解当前的食品正义运动。

我们将介绍该领域中种族不平等的一些历史,包括弗吉尼亚州的普遍和特定历史。我们希望,通过倾听和解决这些真相,参与者可以成为更好的盟友,帮助促进个人以及组织内部的种族平等。我们将提供一些推进反种族主义工作的策略。

演讲者:

Azeb Kinder is an experienced educator, facilitator and trainer who works with individuals, communities and organizations to address and dismantle racially based inequities by transforming their beliefs, assumptions, and behaviors. She is the founder and CEO of T​ he Kinder Group​, a consulting firm with a mission to increase the cultural competency of organizations by leading their stakeholders in developing cultural self-awareness, knowledge, and skills that empower them to effectively communicate and serve diverse populations. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Temple University (M.A., Education) and Gwynedd Mercy University (Ed.D., Educational Leadership), Azeb has over 20 years of experience as a community organizer, educator, and dialogue group facilitator. Throughout her career, she has created and led engaging community outreach programs for a diverse group of parents and students, trained teachers, and facilitated numerous dynamic workshops. She can be reached at [email protected]

 

Jason Biehl is a DC native and anti-racist educator, with over 20 years of experience working in education with youth from diverse backgrounds. In 2017, he founded Change The Narrative,​ a series of workshops and professional development on race, whiteness and equity, designed to increase the knowledge, understanding and empathy of predominantly white students, teachers and parents. He is a trained facilitator, who is active in nurturing anti-racist community. As part of the Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ DC) Education team, he worked on curriculum development and organized a Masculinity and Whiteness Reading Group, which has become meaningful and transformative for white men in this work. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in African-American Studies and received his Social Studies teaching credential from San Francisco State University. He can be reached at [email protected]