One in five people in NYC is food insecure. While the pandemic has highlighted and further exacerbated inequalities in our society, it has also brought forth shining examples of the helpers.
Come together as a community to learn from those on the front lines of food justice programs. Trinity staff and partners, including the Rev. Kristin Kaulbach Miles from Trinity Church Wall Street, Liz Neumark from Great Performances, Kermit Patterson from New Visions Charter School Aim I in Brooklyn, Jeanette Joseph-Greenway and Dornella Seth from Agatha House in the Bronx, and Jitinder Walia from Bronx Community College, will share how food justice programs have changed during the pandemic and how we can look forward to a better future together.
Join us for a panel discussion, breakout conversations, and a robust Q&A, and come away with a greater understanding of how we all can contribute to the full circle of efforts combatting hunger and food insecurity in our neighborhood.