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-alition 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!