Food for the Spirit is a nonprofit organization that uses the arts and creative facilitation to support racial healing, ecological justice, and equitable food systems.
Naima Penniman, Soul Fire Farm, featured speaker at First Annual Freedom Garden Harvest Celebration The first annual Freedom Gardens Harvest Celebration featuring Naima Penniman, spoken word/hip hop artist and Program Director of Soul Fire Farm will be included in the 2020 Buffalo Food Sovereignty Week. Celebrate with us as we tell the story of our … Continue reading Freedom Gardens Harvest Celebration
In 2019, we hosted Buffalo Food Sovereignty Week and it was a wonderful way to galvanize around the good work Buffalo Food Equity Network members and partners are doing in the community. (Click here to read about last year’s events). So this year we are doing it again! In October 2020, during harvest season, local … Continue reading Buffalo Food Sovereignty Weeks in 2020
Food for the Spirit’s Black Girls’ Retreat offers us space to retreat on the land to self-care within a small community of like-minded individuals.
On Tuesday, July 28, we hosted our third and final session of Conversations on Race & Racism in 2020. Once again, we had nearly 50 people in attendance and a video recording of that session is embedded below. This week, we were joined by a special guest, Danielle Ohlson of Newark Central Schools. Danielle is also … Continue reading Conversations in 2020 – Session 3