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Food, Faith, and Justice: A Common Calling8:30am - 2:30pmWinston-Salem, NC
Food, Faith, and Justice: A Common Calling
A visionary gathering exploring the role of churches and faith communities in promoting health in the Piedmont Triad through improving access to healthy food for all.
being held at The Enterprise Banquet and Conference Center | Winston-Salem, NC
The Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership Initiative, along with Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Translational Science Institute and Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, will host a conference in Winston-Salem on food justice and the role of faith communities. This conference will explore the innovative ways minority communities are creating better food access, and the hopeful contribution faith communities can make toward that effort.
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- Fred Bahnson, Director of the Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership Initiative