Racial Inequality and Food Insecurity
Thu, February 18th, 2021
2:45 pm - 4:15 pm
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Williams for Williamstown (W4W) is a student initiative created to support local businesses in the Berkshires while feeding individuals and communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. At this year’s Claiming Williams Day, W4W hopes to discuss how COVID-19 has exacerbated the racial inequities surrounding food insecurity. After briefly introducing the focus of our organization, we hope to more broadly inform and discuss how many factors such as COVID and racial injustice play a role in food insecure communities.
The theme for Claiming Williams 2021 is “From Racial Injustice to Restoration.” Throughout the day, we aim to explore the ways in which structural racial inequities, racism, and bigotry on campus and in the wider world have shaped the Williams College experience for students, faculty and staff. All events are directed to the campus community unless they are specified “open to the public” or are listed on the public calendar. Co-sponsored by Williams for Williamstown
This event is free and open to the public. Closed captioning provided. This event will also air live on WilliNet Channel 1302 in Williamstown.
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Webinar ID: 920 0328 9580
International numbers available: https://williams.zoom.us/u/abEPJw5GS5
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