Eco in Action Lunch & Learn: The Gem City Story
On Sept. 14, join FSPA for the eighth Lunch & Learn in the 2021 Eco in Action series: The Gem City Story: The Importance of Land Ownership and Food Access for Black Communities," presented by Dr. Amaha Sellassie, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Director of Center for Applied Social Issues at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, from noon to 1 p.m. CST. We will explore opportunities for community involvement and participatory action to care for creation at the local, regional and national levels and learn how to be an advocate from our own homes.
Please register here to participate in this event.
Sponsored by our ecospirituality committee, this series is an opportunity to explore FSPA's commitment to ecological education, one of the seven Laudato Si' goals and A Revolution of Goodness proclamation made to stretch us to be people of encounter who stand with all suffering in our Earth Community. Each Lunch & Learn, presented the second Tuesday each month throughout 2021, will feature new topics of ecological advocacy presented by speakers who will inspire us to care for all of creation. Watch for information about upcoming sessions, and enjoy all offerings of the series as they are recorded here.