What We Do
Our learning circles are designed to be a participatory structure for group reflection, dialogue, and planning based on selected scholarship and emergent topics.
Center fellows bring the aims of the Center to their communities as leaders, educators, and advocates for equity, justice, and health in our food and farming systems.
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In this panel, Virginia Tech graduate student fellows will draw upon their research and praxis interests to discuss food as a site of encounter and possibility within broader socio-ecological systems through critical food systems mapping, the Black Radical Imagination and seed keeping traditions, and an exploration of collective agency for food sovereignty. This interactive discussion will focus on ideas, theories, and methodologies that are central to imagining practices of collective care, resistance, and stewardship to foster more equitable food futures.
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