Events at Towson University

A gold flyer with photo collage of Myeasha Taylor, a hand painted sign from Cherry Hill Urban Garden, folks gathering at the community garden, and a memorial mural of Juanita Brown-Ewell, founder of the Cherry Hill Urban Garden. Text reads: No More Food Deserts: The True Story of Food Sovereignty. Myeasha Taylor, Black Yield Institute, Farm Manager at Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden, accompanied by Towson anthropology students. April 8th 4 PM. with the TU logo.

No More Food Desserts: The True Story of Food Sovereignty

Join this timely and impactful discussion presented by BTU and the Office of Civic Engagement & Social Responsibility.

Accompanied by Towson University anthropology students, Myeasha Taylor, Farm Manager at the Black Yield Institute (Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden), will discuss issues and initiatives surrounding food justice and food sovereignty in Cherry Hill. Registration required.

This programming is part of the Solve Climate by 2030: Global Dialog.

Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Virtual Event