Olivewood is committed to justice and equity, to listening and learning, to action and advocacy, and we know that food justice and health equity are only possible when we achieve racial equity.
As part of our commitment to this crucial work, we are starting a Book Club that will focus on the voices and experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities; food justice and racial equity; and moving education to action.
We hope that you will join us in reading the next book in this series: "The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience and Farming" by Natasha Bowens.
Meet with us virtually to connect, reflect, and identify action opportunities to continue the work justice and equity in our community.
Mid-Read: Thursday, October 8th, 5:30PM
Post-Read: Thursday, November 5th, 5:30PM
*We will send the zoom link with discussion questions the week prior to the event date. Please have the first half of the book read by the first meeting date (10/8)