Gastronomical Tzedek: Repairing the World One Harvest at a Time
On Sunday, Nov. 12, Or Emet will host a program by Michelle Horovitz, co-founder of Appetite For Change, a nonprofit organization that uses food as a tool to build health, wealth and social change in North Minneapolis.
The program, titled “Gastronomical Tzedek: Repairing the World One Harvest at a Time,” will run from 10 a.m.-noon at the Talmud Torah of St. Paul, 768 Hamline Ave. South in St. Paul. A social time will follow.
Horovitz will share how she went from public defender to line cook to social justice advocate, helping us understand food justice through a Jewish lens.
Those who cannot attend in person may join over Zoom. Please register in advance here.
The Sunday adult programs are free and open to the public and meet concurrently with the Jewish Cultural Sunday School.
Or Emet is a secular congregation celebrating and honoring Jewish culture, history and values from a humanistic, inclusive perspective.