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.
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
On Tuesday, July 21, we hosted the second 2020 session of Conversations on Race & Racism with over fifty people in attendance. A video recording of the second session is embedded below. Two special guests were invited: Alison Espinoza of Rootworker’s Croft in West Bloomfield NY; and Jessica Gilbert from Rushville NY, who is also a PhD … Continue reading Conversations in 2020 – Session 2
This past Tuesday, July 14, over 60 people joined us for the first session of Conversations on Race & Racism in 2020, co-facilitated by Food for the Spirit co-founder Rebekah Williams and our friend and partner, Petra Page-Mann of Fruition Seeds. A video recording of that first session is embedded below. As you will see in … Continue reading Conversations in 2020 – Session 1