Join us for another insightful conversation with Barbie Izquierdo, Jimmieka Mills, and Diane Sullivan on how and why organizations should engage people with lived and living experiences with hunger and poverty. 

 

During this conversation the team will welcome a special guest, Alissa Beers of the Center for Health Care Strategies, to highlight practical tips for centering the knowledge and perspectives of community members with lived and living experiences. The group will share learnings around how organizations can develop effective and sustainable partnerships and will hold time to address audience questions.

 

This is the second in a three-part series designed and presented by Barbie, Diane, and Jimmieka that builds on an insightful conversation the team developed and led at the 2021 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference. Rooted in their experiences and expertise, the trio discussed meaningful ways anti-hunger organizations can partner with people who have lived and living experiences with hunger and poverty, and who are often locked out of the spaces where policy decisions are made and resources are allocated.

 

This series is co-hosted by FRAC and Feeding America.

Webinar Information
Date Presented:
November 16, 2021 3:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour
Registration Fee:
Free
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Actionable Approaches to Furthering Equity: How Organizations Can Center Lived Expertise
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