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21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Post Challenge: Harvesting Our Next Steps

May 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The American Independent Business Alliance (AMIBA) and Food Solutions New England (FSNE) invite you to a “Post Challenge” gathering for those who participated in this year’s 10th Annual FSNE 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge. Each year, thousands of individuals and hundreds of officially participating organizations join in a shared journey of learning and charting a course of action to dismantle racism in our food system and our world. Karen Spiller from FSNE will facilitate this time of reflection.
RSVP today: https://amiba.net/events/…
Did you miss the challenge this April? No worries! You can find all the prompts from this year’s FSNE Racial Equity Challenge here. Check it out and start the journey today! https://fsneequitychallenge.foodsolutionsne.org/
About Karen Spiller
Karen A. Spiller is the Thomas W. Haas Professor in Sustainable Food Systems and an affiliate faculty in the Social Work Department at University of New Hampshire, Durham. Karen is engaged in scholarship on the intersection of disciplines, networks, and racial equity across the campus and its surrounding community, extending to higher education partners nationally and internationally. As Principal of KAS Consulting, with a focus on racial equity and intersectionality, Karen provides mission-based consulting focusing on resource matching, board development, and strategic planning for health and equity-focused initiatives. Karen serves on regional and national committees and leads teams committed to creating equitable public health and sustainable food systems.
Involved in state-wide and regional food system work, Karen is an engaged backbone and steering committee member of and the Massachusetts Ambassador serving as lead coordinator of the Ambassador Team for Food Solutions New England (FSNE), a six-state network focused on food system transformation with racial equity at its core. Celebrating its 10th year of national and international participation, Karen co-leads the FSNE’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge designed to “build skill and will” and action to address racial inequities through a food system lens.
Karen serves organizations and their missions in various roles that include board membership of the Boston Food Forest Coalition, Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts, Northeast Organic Farming Association of Massachusetts (NOFA-Mass), and American Independent Business Alliance (AMIBA) and is a member of the Global Council of Science and Environment Leaders’ Alliance and a coordination team member of the National Right to Food Community of Practice. Karen is also a founding member of Southern New England Farmers of Color Collaborative (SNEFCC


May 9
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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