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Thursday, May 20, 2021

2-3pm ET

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In Partnership with Reimagine



Featuring: Brittney Doyle, MPH, Wise Health, San Francisco; Emanuel Brown, Executive Director and Steward, Acorn Center for Restoration and Freedom; Sharon Ka’iulani Odom, Program Director, Roots Kokua Kalihi Valley, Kalihi, HI; Wilfred Labiosa, Executive Director, Waves Ahead, San Juan, PR; and moderated by Andy Ingall, Senior Programmer, Reimagine

From the dawn of human history, communities have come together in times grief to cook, share, and eat. Whether it’s a sacred ritual for a holy feast, or a casserole gifted to a neighbor after a funeral, food is an important thread in the tapestry of mourning. Join us as we reflect on this more-than-year-long period of illness and death arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, and ways that planting, harvesting, eating, and sharing food has helped—and can help—us navigate loss together.

This panel is a part of the first ever Mental Health Action Day. Take action at

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