[Press Release] Princeton, NJ, August 8, 2017 – The fight for racial and environmental justice go hand-in-hand in the United States as proponents battle the exploitation of people of color and the land. The complexities and challenges of this fight will be the topic of discussion at this year’s Just Food Conference to be held September 21–23 at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Participants will share stories, eat and worship together as they explore experiences of race and food and how they connect with the deepest parts of our identities, often in subconscious ways. “Just Conversations” sessions at the conference will provide a forum for participants to connect the learnings from plenary sessions with the depths of their individual and collective stories.
Conference leadership includes:
• Keri Day, associate professor of constructive theology and African American religion, Princeton Seminary
• Eric Barreto, Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament, Princeton Seminary
• Eric Holt-Giménez, executive director, Food First
• Nate Stucky, director of the Farminary, Princeton Seminary
• Theresa Thames, associate dean of religious life and the chapel, Princeton University
• Larissa Kwong Abazia, director of church relations, Princeton Seminary
The cost of the conference is $195. For more information and to register, visit ptsjustfood.com.
About Princeton Theological Seminary: Princeton Theological Seminary, founded in 1812, is the first seminary established by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. Its mission is to educate leaders for the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, and its more than 500 students and 11,000 graduates from all fifty states and many nations around the world serve Christ in churches, schools and universities, healthcare institutions, nonprofit agencies, initiatives for social justice, mission agencies, and the emerging ministries of the church in the twenty-first century.
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