Register here for "Food for Thought," part 1 of a new student-focused and student-led speaker series titled Evenings With Environmentalists. The event is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. EDT on Thursday, Oct. 8.
Hosted by Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Recycling Office and Office of Sustainability, Evenings with Environmentalists is a new, informal speaker series that addresses the impacts of important environmental issues. In our first event, "Food for Thought," we will examine the environmental impacts of food and food insecurity. Our speakers, Raychel Santo and Naadiya Hutchinson, will highlight the impacts of food production and consumption practices as well as issues of food access and insecurity in Baltimore. Santo is a Johns Hopkins alum and currently a senior research program coordinator at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. Hutchinson, also a Johns Hopkins alum, is a Health Fellow for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and is on the board of the Black Yield Institute. The event will illustrate the environmental, social, and health impacts of food within and beyond Baltimore.
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