Soup, Gender, and Sexuality: Queering Food Justice

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Join us for our next Soup, Gender, and Sexuality workshop, featuring Zoe Hollomon from MAP, who will be speaking to us about food justice. This will be an interactive workshop that addresses the importance of equitable food system practices in marginalized communities.

This event is sponsored by LGBTQIA+ Student Services, Augsburg Environmental Stewardship Committee, The Batalden Program, Augsburg Environmental Action Committee, Queer Indigenous People of Color, and Augsburg Queer Pride Alliance


Zoe Hollomon is a Community Economic Development practitioner living in Minneapolis, MN. She has worked to develop social enterprises with non-profit organizations and has over 7 years of experience in food justice and food systems development with the Massachusetts Avenue Project in Buffalo, NY. Zoe has a B.S. in Urban Planning from Cornell University and an M.S. in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University. Zoe has been a community organizer and activist trainer for many years and has worked with youth and adult leaders, national organizations, foundations, academic institutions, elected officials, faith leaders, cooperatives and others to build equity in local communities. Zoe is a fellow with Green for All, with the Center for Whole Communities and currently serves on the board of Rooted In Community, a national network of youth and food policy organizations working to create more local and equitable food systems in the US!

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