CO-SPONSORED EVENT | Small Grocer Panel: Supplying Kimchi and Collards during a Global Pandemic
“Supplying Kimchi and Collards during a Global Pandemic”
Small Grocer Panel
- Alita Kelly launched a grocery store in Grand Rapids that sources products first from Black, brown, indigenous, local or womxn-led farms and businesses.
- Raphael Wright is the founder of Urban Plug L3C whose first major effort has been to bring an inner-city grocery store to Detroit.
- Jason Bang is the owner of Galleria Market, a grocery store specializing in Asian, and specifically Korean foods.
Food Literacy for All is a community-academic partnership course based at the University of Michigan. Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address challenges and opportunities of diverse food systems. Food Literacy for All is free and open to the public.
The winter 2022 course begins on Tuesday evening, January 11, 2022. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or find more information here: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/sustainablefoodsystems/foodliteracyforall
Apr 5 Anthony Hatch
“Metabolism Cages for New World Animals, Large and Small”
Apr 12 Fast Food for Thought
10 interdisciplinary UM faculty members will give a series of fast-paced talks (5 min each) related to food and/or agriculture
Apr 19 Final Class
Food Literacy for All is hosted by the UM Sustainable Food Systems Initiative. The 2022 course is supported by the CEW+ Frances and Sydney Lewis Visiting Leaders Fund, the Residential College, the School of Public Health’s Department of Nutritional Sciences, the Taubman Institute, the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, the Department of American Culture, and the Department of Anthropology.