This event is to engage people to understand the connections
among racial equity, hunger, poverty, and wealth.
“The purpose of this learning simulation is to help participants understand the role of racial inequity in policies and their implementation. Participants will learn how federal policies created structural inequalities in many areas, e.g., property ownership and education, and how these policies increase hunger and poverty in communities of color. The simulation guides participants to an understanding of why racial equity is so important to ending hunger and poverty in the United States.” (Bread for the World Institute)
The simulation will be from 7-9 PM and is FREE and open to the public.
Attendees are invited to come at 6:00 for soup, bread, and salad in the gardens of the Promise Land Urban Farm for only $5.00 at the door, or for only $3.50 if you register online HERE.
This event is made possible by: Florence French, Simulation Facilitator and Florida Regional Organizer for Bread for the World, Eric Johnson, Pastor of Greater Love Church of God in Christ & Owner of Promise Land Urban Youth Farm, and Rooted in Relationship: A Tallahassee Good Food Collaborative.
For more information – Pastor Eric Johnson (850) 877-4792