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Part 1: We Can’t ‘Foodbank’ Our Way Out of Hunger - Shared screen with speaker view
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
30:26
Hi all! This is Susie DiMauro with SAFSF outside of Santa Barbara, CA.
Carol Pickering
30:31
Carol Pickering, Dietel & Partners, Portland Maine
Craig Colistra
30:44
Hello, Craig Colistra, Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation. Pottstown PA outside of Philadelphia
Adrianne Traub(she/her)
30:48
Hello! Adrianne Traub from Seven Valleys Health Coalition in Cortland, NY
Jennifer Zuckerman
30:52
Jen Zuckerman, Duke World Food Policy Center, Durham NC
Renee Catacalos
30:54
Renee Catacalos with SAFSF, in Maryland outside DC. Glad you are with us today!
Deanna Vallejo
31:00
Good morning everyone! Deanna Vallejo, Program Officer at the Santa Barbara Foundation
Donna Craig
31:04
Donna Craig, Chief Program Officer, Desert Healthcare District, Palm Springs, CA
Sarah Wissenbach (she/her)
31:10
Hello! Sarah Wissenbach, Idaho Community Foundation
Trisha Chakrabarti (she/her)
31:25
Hello! Trisha Chakrabarti, Equitable Food Oriented Development Collaborative, calling in from Brooklyn, NY
Alison Cohen (she/her) (MODERATOR)
31:26
Alison Cohen, WhyHunger, New York city
Meghan Kane
31:33
Meghan Kane, Program and Research Analyst, Desert Healthcare District, Palm Springs, CA
Virginia Clarke
31:34
Thanks for spending time with us all, Virginia Clarke, Executive Director, SAFSF.
Mikki Sager - NC, Resourceful Communities (she, her)
31:45
Hello! Mikki Sager, The Conservation Fund's Resourceful Communities Program, Hillsborough, NC, homelands of the Occaneechi Band of the Sapony Nation
Ellen Waddell
31:47
Hi everyone, Ellen Waddell, Moxie Foundation in San Diego
Emily Parker
31:50
Hello everyone! Emily Parker, Butterfly Equity Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
34:09
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Renee Catacalos|SAFSF|she/her
34:10
Also thankful to our SAFSF Board Chair Jen Zuckerman for her help in developing this program idea!
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
34:18
Please click on the link above to answer our initial questions: https://app.sli.do/event/fiu8kct9
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
34:36
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Heather Blackie
35:08
Heather Blackie, Elizabeth R and William J Patterson Foundation, Marin, CA
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
46:34
Questions for our speakers? Enter them in Slido (under the Ideas tab) here: https://app.sli.do/event/fiu8kct9
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
46:41
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Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
47:02
You can review and give a ‘thumbs-up’ to questions asked by your peers as well. We’ll answer questions after all speakers have shared.
Thalia Ven
58:16
Hi Josh, can you put the name of the book about hunger that you mentioned up in this chat for us? thanks. Thalia
Josh Lohnes (SPEAKER)
59:04
Hunger: A modern History. James Vernon https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674026780
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:09:12
Enter your questions for our speakers (under the Ideas tab) here: https://app.sli.do/event/fiu8kct9
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Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:18:20
We’ll be moving to Q&A shortly. Please enter your questions for our panelists!
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:18:24
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Mikki Sager - NC, Resourceful Communities (she, her)
01:22:33
Such a powerful set of presentations -- thank you!
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:23:06
Question we’re addressing now: Is there a way the current emergency food system can address actual food justice and food sovereignty or does it need to be completely dismantled and rebuilt?
Wendy Sosa, she/her, SAFSF
01:32:15
Question we’re addressing now: Who is engaging/challenging the corporate sector who so obviously benefits from the current system?
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:33:30
** Please open this slide deck before we move into breakout rooms: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rygsuaPIOz-iLcH3BDQVbw6rRv38FfQiVxzwuWUcQ-w/edit?usp=sharing **
Traci Bruckner
01:35:42
I have to follow on the farm bill comment, I would encourage everyone to register and participate in our policy series around farm bill, especially if you want to help fund policy advocacy around the farm bill and coordinate with your peers on such funding. You can learn more and register here - http://www.safsf.org/2020policy/
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:37:16
** Please open this slide deck before we move into breakout rooms: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rygsuaPIOz-iLcH3BDQVbw6rRv38FfQiVxzwuWUcQ-w/edit?usp=sharing **
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:38:07
We will have 12 minutes for breakout rooms.
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:57:27
We’ll continue this conversation during the second webinar in this series on December 7. Register here: https://safsf.regfox.com/funding-anti-hunger-series
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
01:57:52
We also have a very quick, 3-question survey for you to complete. Please take a moment to share your initial thoughts/feedback on this session. https://app.sli.do/event/fiu8kct9
Mikki Sager - NC, Resourceful Communities (she, her)
01:58:51
Outstanding webinar, amazing speakers, many thanks, I need to jump off for another call -- thank you!
Wendy Sosa, she/her, SAFSF
01:59:05
Join us on Dec 7 https://safsf.regfox.com/funding-anti-hunger-series
shakara tyler (SPEAKER)
01:59:46
Much gratitude to everyone!
Renee Catacalos|SAFSF|she/her
02:00:10
Thanks everyone for doing this work with us!
Carol Pickering
02:00:12
Thanks everyone!
Susie DiMauro (she/her) | SAFSF
02:00:13
Thank you all! We’ll leave the room open for anyone who has questions or would like to continue the conversation.
Alison Cohen (she/her) (MODERATOR)
02:04:16
I have to leave for another meeting! Thank you all so much for your participation. Looking forward to sharing more resources with you soon.