DC Food For All will tackle the challenge of food justice on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at Soul 57. Check out my breakout session, "Hood Rich and Healthy", starting at 11am where I will examine the impact of food, culture and alternative economics in our hood.The recent closings of Anacostia Warhouse, Yes Organic, Rays the Steaks and rumors of Spirit Anacostia Fitness have left residents wondering, "What the hell is going on?" Blogger Charles Wilson offered some answers in his comparison shopping post. But it still doesn't speak to the bigger issue of sustainability.
I pulled two dynamic speakers to address food, culture and economics. Tambra Raye Stevenson and Stephanie Sheridan will give their unique insights on thriving and surviving in the 21st century hood.
|Tambra Raye Stevenson (Right) & Anacostia Yogi (Left) brainstorm for DC Food Future|
Tambra Raye Stevenson founded NativeSol Kitchen, an African-based cooking class throughout Southeast DC. Stevenson frames her nutrition education around African pride and identity.
|Stephanie Sheridan of IPAI Global|
The food future of DC will depend on the today. A healthy life east of the Anacostia River shouldn't be so black and white. It's time to add some green to our food and to our hood. Health is the new wealth.
DC FOOD FUTURE SUMMIT
Saturday, Dec 8, 2012
Hood Rich & Healthy 11am
Soul 57 1326 Florida Ave NE