Tour Baltimore with Dr. Kate: Fighting Food Insecurity in Baltimore and at UMBC
Each month, “tour” Baltimore with Dr. Kate Drabinski.
Food insecurity means not having reliable access to adequate food options on a regular basis. During the COVID-19 pandemic, food insecurity rates have skyrocketed, where 1 in 8 Marylanders, and 1 in 4 Baltimoreans, are food insecure. Join Dr. Kate Drabinski for a video tour of what Baltimoreans and the UMBC community are doing to combat this issue and make sure we all have plenty to eat.
Video will be posted on June 21, 2021 at 9:00AM.
Bio: Kate Drabinski is Principal Lecturer in Gender, Women’s, + Sexuality Studies and Director of the WILL+ Program (Women Involved in Learning) at UMBC. Her research and teaching interests include feminist and queer theory, feminist activism, and the history of Baltimore City.
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