Black History Month (SJID), "The Legacy of Black Food Sheroes from Farm to Health" - Shared screen with speaker view
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Healthy mind, healthy body
Being proactive with your health and seeking preventative care methods such as food and nutrition.
What they consume culturally for healthy body and mind.
access to adequate care
Seeking healthy practices within the community and the cultural impact to black people
Franciel is muted!
Balanced meals that support healthy bodies!
Nutrient dense foods
Strong food: helps with making it through the day
Nutrition dense food which meets nutrient requirements.
Food adding to wellness!!
Strong food to feed future generations
Have to run, Franciel this was so awesome! You are definitely one of my “Sheroes”. I look forward to seeing you your name amongst these giants you shared with us today!>grace & peace<
Thanks, great presentation!
Great presentation. Thank you!
This was a wonderful presentation. I'm so glad I was able to join!!
how does your group decide how and where to focus your energy?
I would love to learn more about women in abolitionist history. Are there any histories you recommend?
Hi, there is one more question from Sheba. Are there any internship opportunity to work with WANDA.
Franciel, wonderful talk! Thank you for sharing this important information. Connecting personal connection with food in addition to our formal training is so important especially now that so many do not cook.
Happy to! I will reach out!
K & G Elkhalid
Wonderful presentation! We learned a lot! Any suggestions on black women owned businesses in the DFW area that we can support?
Recommend: Revolution in Eating by James E McWilliams
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No question but it wanted to thank you for posting this on your facebook page
it was really good to see you Franciel
Jay Ann Leyson
Thank you so much for the presentation
Thank you so much, excellent presentation!
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