We are glad that some of you were able to join us for the End Hunger webinar and workshops.
These workshops covered the nuts and bolts of starting community-based micro-farms and building a network of communities.
These workshops followed our End Hunger, nation-wide virtual event that was offered on October 1. This event was designed to 1) reframe lack of access to adequate and affordable food in ways which lead to understanding the actual root causes, and 2) equip participants with tools to design community-based food systems through an asset-based approaches to utilize land, organize communities and advancing food and economic sovereignty.
Listen to this message from Rev. Dr. Heber Brown III,
Senior Pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, Baltimore, MD and Founding Executive Director of Black Church Food Security Network in Baltimore, introducing the webinar and workshops.
Rev. Dr. Brown III was the Keynote speaker of the End Hunger Virtual Event. He and his team facilitated the subsequent workshops on how to create community-based and just food systems using church and other land in neighborhoods for food security and food sovereignty.
End Hunger Workshop Recordings and Resources
- End Hunger Virtual Event, October 1, 2020
- Closing Remarks
- Workshop Reference Guide
- Bishop Carter message
- Eugene Cho–President of Bread for the World
- Syndie Costa Martinez from Joshua’s Heart Foundation
- What 20th Century Black Religious Communities Can Teach About Faith-based Food Activism (Passcode: n@iC9A%c) Please note that the passcode may need to be typed in, not copied and pasted.
- What Do You Have In Your Hand? Asset Mapping For Ministry’s Sake, (Passcode: n0@vK0TP) (on the passcode, the “0” is numeric zero)
- Food Environment Analysis & Planning for Impact
- 99 ½ Won’t Do: Resourcing Your Food Ministry For The Finish Line
This event is sponsored by:
Bread for the World
Central Florida Alliance to End Hunger
Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church
St. Luke’s United Methodist Church