Feed the Need: A Food Justice Leadership Training at Giving Gardens
Food. We eat it. We buy it. We celebrate it. Some of us even grow it! If you have ever celebrated a Jewish holiday, you know that food is a central part of how we experience Judaism. Food is a way that we connect to ourselves, one another, and the world around us. Everyone has a right to the food they need to live, and Judaism tells us just how to make sure that everyone can eat and be satisfied.
If you are interested in food and how it relates to Judaism, leadership, and tzedek, sign up now – there are only 12 spaces available! This program will meet monthly, from 2-4 pm on Sundays, at Yad Ezra’s Giving Gardens. You can expect a 2-hour monthly hands-on exploration of everything food: planting, cooking, eating, and taking care of the earth, ourselves, and each other.
This course is a collaboration between Yad Ezra’s Giving Gardens, Hazon: Detroit, and ATID
(Once a month on Sundays from 2-4 p.m. at Yad Ezra: 2850 W. 11 Mile, Berkley)
Register by contacting Allison Gutman