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Black History Month (SJID), "The Legacy of Black Food Sheroes from Farm to Health" - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Kane
15:30
Healthy mind, healthy body
Jewel Hudson
15:47
Being proactive with your health and seeking preventative care methods such as food and nutrition.
Aarti Singh
15:57
What they consume culturally for healthy body and mind.
carole palmer
16:22
access to adequate care
Jahmicah Dawes
16:38
Seeking healthy practices within the community and the cultural impact to black people
Hamsa Ganapathi
20:51
Franciel is muted!
Hamsa Ganapathi
21:45
Balanced meals that support healthy bodies!
Dolapo Anyanwu
21:47
Nutrient dense foods
Stephanie Bostic
21:48
Strong food: helps with making it through the day
Aarti Singh
22:10
Nutrition dense food which meets nutrient requirements.
CHERYL DAWES
22:15
Food adding to wellness!!
Asha McElroy
22:18
Strong food to feed future generations
Jahmicah Dawes
55:36
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<
Dolapo Anyanwu
01:01:24
Thanks, great presentation!
Karen Armour
01:02:04
Great presentation. Thank you!
DJ Hornbuckle
01:02:06
This was a wonderful presentation. I'm so glad I was able to join!!
carole palmer
01:02:08
how does your group decide how and where to focus your energy?
Hamsa Ganapathi
01:02:25
I would love to learn more about women in abolitionist history. Are there any histories you recommend?
Jewel Hudson
01:03:20
Excellent presentation!
Aarti Singh
01:04:19
Hi, there is one more question from Sheba. Are there any internship opportunity to work with WANDA.
Kelly Kane
01:05:41
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.
Hamsa Ganapathi
01:06:23
Happy to! I will reach out!
K & G Elkhalid
01:06:24
Wonderful presentation! We learned a lot! Any suggestions on black women owned businesses in the DFW area that we can support?
Aarti Singh
01:06:35
hamsa.ganapathi@tufts.edu
WANDA
01:06:55
Recommend: Revolution in Eating by James E McWilliams
WANDA
01:07:10
Email: hello@iamwanda.org for any follow up
WANDA
01:07:50
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Bren Atchison
01:07:55
Great presentation.
Rachel Hardaway
01:07:57
No question but it wanted to thank you for posting this on your facebook page
WANDA
01:08:03
http://linkedin.com/company/iamwandaorg
Rachel Hardaway
01:08:05
it was really good to see you Franciel
Margaret Carlyle
01:08:05
Thank you!!!!
Jay Ann Leyson
01:08:05
Thank you so much for the presentation
Sheba Kamwesigye
01:08:12
Thank you
Maryan Isack
01:08:22
Thank you!!
Thea Cook
01:09:02
Thank you so much, excellent presentation!
WANDA
01:09:31
Yes Joseph is here
WANDA
01:11:26
WANDA is partnering with USDA Human Nutrition Research Center for a program on April 20th to address ethnic crops locally. Sign up at iamwanda.org to our newsletter to stay in touch.
Jewel Hudson
01:12:49
Will the recording be available for us?
WANDA
01:14:23
WANDA Endowed Scholarship was established at Oklahoma State University
Katrina Stevens
01:15:37
Great presentation!!!