Below is the video link from the panel discussion.
In connection with the Lunafest women’s film festival fundraiser, Professor Brian Obach, author of Organic Struggle, Dr. David Levinson (Class of 1975), President of Norwalk Community College, attorney Regina Calcaterra (Class of 1988), author of Etched in Sand, Isabelle Hayes (Students for Sustainable Agriculture), and Dr. Shala Mills will speak on the topic of food insecurity on U.S. college campuses and beyond. This diversity & inclusion community event will include conversation with partnering representatives from Ulster Community College and Dutchess Community College as well as people who run regional food banks and promote wellness.
For more information on food insecurity on college campuses, please see this brief video that features our own Dr. Shala Mills. President Dr. David Levinson’s Food Pantry project at Norwalk Community College. An interview with Regina Calcaterra speaking about her book, Etched in Sand: A True Story of Five Siblings Who Survived and Unspeakable Childhood on Long Island, that treats her experience of foster care, abuse, homelessness, and food insecurity, here.
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Lecture Center 100