Cultivating DC’s Food Economy to Sustain Racial Justice
The Georgetown MLK Initiative invites you to a conversation, “Cultivating DC’s Food Economy to Sustain Racial Justice”. Join this panel of experts at the forefront of advancing racial equity through systemic change. These extraordinary leaders are creators of a DC ecosystem grounded in racial justice through cutting edge policy development, research, and grassroots advocacy.
Hon. Kenyan McDuffie – Ward 5 Councilmember, Council of the District of Columbia
Christopher Bradshaw – Founder and Executive Director, Dreaming Out Loud, Inc.
Dr. Yuki Kato – Assistant Professor, Georgetown University & Co-Editor of “A Recipe for Gentrification: Food, Power and Resistance in the City”
Dr. Erinn Tucker – Faculty Director & Professor of the Practice, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies & Co-Founder, DMV Black Restaurant Week
Dr. Adanna J. Johnson – Associate Vice President for Student Equity and Inclusion