“The Color of Food: Exploring American Foodways through the Lens of Racial Justice”
This series will be led by Derrick Weston, who has spent the last two decades working in churches and community-based nonprofits in Pennsylvania, Ohio, California, Oregon, and now Maryland. He manages the Rockrose community farm on Baltimore's east end. Derrick received his Masters of Divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary, a certification in health ministry from Wesley Theological seminary and was a part of the Re:Generate Fellowship on food, faith, and ecology through Wake Forest University. Derrick is the co-host of the Food and Faith Podcast and the producer of the short documentary "A Wilderness Like Eden: Stories of Food and Faith". He and his wife Shannon have four children and live outside of Baltimore.
Whether you attend Think & Drink every week or you've never been, we hope you will join the conversation.
Join us on Zoom Wednesdays at 5:30 PM