Tuesday, January 18, 10:30am-4:15pm, this on-line event requires advance registration

10:30am-12noon: Racial Healing Through Agricultural History

Agriculture has a rich yet complex history. On this panel, we will hear from Rep. Juanita Brent (D-12), a Ranking Member of the Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee, Dr. Julialynne Walker, JD, international food justice and agriculture advocate and founder of Bronzeville Growers Market and Bronzeville Agricademy, and August Taylor, Communications and Outreach Associate at Ohio Ecological Food and Farming Association (OEFFA). Join us as we discuss the historic racial trauma of agriculture and the reemergence of BIPOC farmers in an effort to reconnect to the land and sustainable agricultural work.

12:15-12:45pm: Debrief and Networking

The debrief and networking sessions are intended to serve as a space where people can engage in the kinds of less formal interactions that organically evolve when programs are held in person. It can be used as a space to debrief the previous session, dive deeper into a topic, ask questions, utilize breakout rooms for smaller group discussions, etc.

1-2:15pm: Film Discussion: “I Am Not Your Negro”

Join us for a facilitated discussion about the James Baldwin film “I Am Not Your Negro.” Links to free streaming sites will be included in your registration confirmation email.

2:30-3pm: Debrief and Networking

3-4:15pm: Live Stream of National Event [you must RSVP separately with the Kellogg Foundation]

The live stream of the national event will feature speakers, panels, and performances. You may use this link to watch last year’s event.

RSVP for this event by using this link.

Co-hosted by OSU College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and OSU Moritz College of Law.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 10:30am

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