Nutrition Track | CEU Specialty 1
Food is storytelling -- where we’ve been, and where we are going. It tells us about the fabric woven between cultures and communities, between the land and embodied knowledge. If food represents a story, do the nutrition services offered in your community communicate their respective stories authentically?
- Learn ways food and nutrition have been colonized.
- Understand how food is storytelling.
- Gain strategies to decolonize nutrition and its services.
Youth Development, Organizational Psychology, Anti-Racism & Equity Consultant; We Rise, LLC
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Thank you to our...
California Department of Social Services
Food for Good, Pepsico Foundation
JA Food Service/Packaged Meal Kits
Peterson Farms Family of Companies
Red Gold Tomato & Condiment Products
American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures National Center
California Dried Fruit Coalition (CDFC)
Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute (CGBI)
Dairy Council of CA/Let's Eat Healthy
No Kid Hungry Campaign by Share Our Strength (SOS)
Pacific Northwest Canned Pears
Penn State Extension Better Kid Care Program