Subject: Curious about how food deserts impact the community landscape?
Explore how to approach Food Insecurity through AB's Fall Dialogue Program!
- The Alternative Breaks Dialogue Program looks to build a world in which UMD
students are empowered learners in community together.
- Through deliberate and reflective dialogues addressing global social
issues, student participants will exchange and evaluate different ideas and
approaches that challenge specific social, political, and economic structures
of our global community.
- Interested students must be willing to commit 1 hour/week for 5 weeks:
Sunday, October 10th, 2021 - Saturday, November 13th, 2021.
- Dialogues are free and in-person.
- Any student that wants to explore community development, civic engagement,
local issues, leadership, and service.
- Undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about food
- Connect with a community of peers from across campus and create new
- Develop and practice personal and group leadership skills such as active
listening, reflection, critical thinking, and communication.
- Active engagement in personal reflection, listening, and small group
- Making connections between social issues and your academic, personal,
professional, or civic life.
Date & Time:
- Tuesdays | 6:30 - 7:30 PM | Food Insecurity
- Visit alternativebreaks.umd.edu to sign up.
- Apply now!
For more information or questions, visit alternativebreaks.umd.edu or contact
us at [log in to unmask]
Contact Person: William Post
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 301-314-5323
Website URL: http://alternativebreaks.umd.edu/
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