Food Justice in the Rust Belt: A conversation with Young Kim (OC ’85)

We are so excited to welcome Oberlin alum Young Kim this Tuesday, April 17,  to discuss his experiences as former president of the Community Food Security Co-Imagealition and current position as director of the Fondy Food Center in Milwaukee. His lecture, “From Working ON to Working WITH Marginalized Communities: A Food Activist’s Journey from Mount Stupid,” will undoubtedly be a lively and informative discussion.

If you, like us at Slow Food Oberlin, are one of many Obies interested in pursuing a career in Food Justice and community organizing, or if you just want to eat ethically, this lecture is a can’t-miss. Young Kim will talk about his experiences from the classroom to campus to community, where his work in food justice is making a positive impact on the world around us.

Co-sponsored by the Environmental Studies Department, Slow Foods Oberlin and Ecolympics.

We can’t wait to see you in Hallock Auditorium in the Environmental Building on Tuesday April 17 at 7:30 PM!

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