School continues work around food-related issuesNovember 26, 2012
Earlier this year, the Wake Forest University School of Divinity announced the launch of the Food, Faith and Religious Leadership Initiative to help current and future religious leaders tackle a broad range of food-related issues, including hunger, health and wellness, revitalization of rural economies, and food access in urban neighborhoods. The initiative spurred into action, partly because of hunger issues in the Winston-Salem area. The initiative was recently featured in the Winston-Salem Journal. Read the full story here.
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