Exploring Food Inequality and Insecurity as They Relate to Race

Saturday, June 18, 2022, 10 am – 12 pm via Zoom:

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The pressing issue of food inequality and insecurity and how it relates to race and ethnicity is of importance to UUs. Hunger and the ability to purchase/obtain food — especially nutritious food — affects many segments of our society, but especially persons of lower socioeconomic groups and persons of color. This event will bring together representatives from the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Jewish Family and Community Services, the Garfield Community Farm, and the South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM). Each organization will have time to talk about their work, followed by Q & A and what is sure to be a lively discussion.

This event is free to participants through the generosity of the UUs of Greater Pittsburgh Cluster of Congregations.