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Bryant Terry: Food Justice

Bryant Terry: Food Justice

$15 / Free with Gettysburg College ID

April 4th / 7pm

Food Justice: At the Intersection of Food, Politics, Poverty, Public Health, and the Environment

Presenter: Bryant Terry, Author of Vegan Soul Kitchen and Winner of the 2015 James Beard Leadership Award

How can we provide healthy food choices for all Americans, regardless of income, geography or race? In this interactive talk, Bryant Terry shows us how the food we eat directly affects issues such as poverty, sustainability, and structural racism. How can we get healthier food into low income urban areas? What can each of us-- whether urban dweller or suburbanite-- do to eat healthier? And how will these choices affect everything from the environment to social justice? Fusing food justice and personal history, Terry shows us how to improve access to fresh food in our communities: whether that community is your campus, your workplace, your neighborhood, or just your own set of friends gathered in the kitchen.

Funding for this presentation is provided by:

Hanson Lecture Series through the Foundation for Enhancing Communities
Gettysburg College’s Office of the Provost: Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities Program

This program is co-sponsored by:

Gettysburg Cycle: Year of Food


Bryant Terry, Short Bio: Chef, food justice activist, and critically-acclaimed author Bryant Terry has spent the past ten years working to build a more just and sustainable food system. Using cooking as a tool to illuminate the intersections between poverty, structural racism, and food insecurity, he imparts the wisdom of a food movement with an inspiring vision of the future.

Bryant Terry is the author of the critically acclaimed Vegan Soul Kitchen (VSK): Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine, which was named one of the best vegetarian/vegan cookbooks of the last 25 years by Cooking Light Magazine. He is also the author of The Inspired Vegan and the coauthor of Grub (with Anna Lappe), which The New York Times called “ingenious.” His newest book is Afro-Vegan: Farm-Fresh African, Caribbean and Southern Flavors Remixed, which was named one of the best cookbooks of the year by

Bryant Terry official website

Tickets: $15 / Free with valid Gettysburg College ID