Bryant Terry is a food justice activist and author of 'Vegan Soul Kitchen and Grub.' In this brief discussion, he addresses the issue of poor nourishment plaguing low-income communities all over America. Bryant Terry reveals that one is more likely to find a weapon in a poor community than a store selling fresh fruit or vegetables, despite the same grocery store chain existing in poor and affluent communities.
Terry Bryant recognizes this as food injustice and believes that the solution has to come from the bottom up. Bryant predicts change and improvement only once local members of these communities commit to initiating and supporting regional programs. Bryant Terry delivers a very important and powerful message, encouraging the audience to recognize the division in America's food system today.
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Bryant Terry Keynotes
These Bryant Terry speeches confront the injustice that is inherent in one of America's most...