Lunch Agenda

Activism Lunch Date with Julia Turshen

Episode Summary

Julia Turshen uses food as a jumping off point to guide us on our own activist journeys. Her 2017 title Feed the Resistance convened leading voices in America's food justice movement to grow their collective impact. And her new project Equity at the Table aims to give women of color and of the queer community a seat at the table. Today, we explore the social nature of activism, think about privilege in our own activism work, and brainstorm creative ideas to make lunch an activist act! This episode is supported by Compass, the future of real estate in the Metro DC Area and beyond. Discover it at compass.com.

Episode Notes

Julia Turshen uses food as a jumping off point to guide us on our own activist journeys. Her 2017 title Feed the Resistance convened leading voices in America's food justice movement to grow their collective impact. And her new project Equity at the Table aims to give women of color and of the queer community a seat at the table. Today, we explore the social nature of activism, think about privilege in our own activism work, and brainstorm creative ideas to make lunch an activist act!

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