Food Security SLCE Module

Monday, February 8th from 5:00pm to Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 5:00pm

About

Welcome to the Food Security SLCE Module! 

Support local, national, and international efforts to address food insecurity. Participants will advocate in support of policies to end hunger, grow food in urban food deserts, and serve at South Florida's largest food distribution center. 

The module is composed of several parts:
  • Orientation 
  • Weekly Check-Ins
  • Service Activities 
  • Reflection 

This is a 10 hour service opportunity.

Participants are expected to complete at least 3 of the activities to receive credit. 
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Project Plan

The orientation is a required part of the Food Security Module. The orientation acts an introduction to the components of the module and has information about what food security is and who the community partners are that participants will be working with throughout the module. Please watch a recording a a past live session of a orientation using the link below. 

\Orientation Recording

After watching the orientation video, please answer the orientation quiz question by adding an impact to this milestone. Answering the quiz questions and adding an impact will allow participants to receive credit for the orientation. 
The Racial Wealth Gap an interactive tool that helps people understand the connections among racial equity, hunger, poverty, and wealth. It is a good first step for people unaware of structural inequality, a support tool for those who want to know the quantifiable economic impact of each policy that has widened today's racial hunger, income, and wealth divides. The simulation was created by the Bread for the World, a national non-profit organization that fights hunger at home and abroad. Bread educates people about hunger and advocates for hunger policy through a bipartisan approach. 

For those who missed the live session, please watch the zoom recording below.
https://barryuniversity-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/kgallagher_barry_edu/EUE1rOXJSNVGv4uRdnHs-_gBzXOpXqTq_qDEyaMqEwPp2g?e=JnFGyu

Instructions for the required advocacy activity are included in the recording, but a copy of the instructions can be found below. An screenshot of the activity needs to be uploaded to GivePulse to receive credit. 
https://barryuniversity-my.sharepoint.com/:w:/g/personal/kgallagher_barry_edu/EczQnYV7GpZApP5yukWNBYEBv7Rt5f8X23K1UV8txFmamA?e=hcy4TP
Complete recipe cards for the Barry Urban Garden (BUG). 

The recipes created in this module will be shared with the posted on the Barry Urban Garden website and other resources. The collection of cards will reflect the Barry community, and allow those who use produce some inspiration of how to use the produce from the garden.

Please see the directions linked below. Two recipe cards are required to receive credit. 

Recipe Cards Instructions

In-Person opportunities to work in the Barry Urban Garden are posted on a separate GivePulse page posted at this time. 

https://barry.givepulse.com/event/225506
Volunteer in-person at one of the largest distrubtution centers in South Florida. 

Use link below to register for the a volunteer session: 
https://feedingsouthflorida.org/volunteer/

After you attend a Feeding South Florida session please upload documentation that proves your attendance under impacts.

Watch the previous deliberative dialogue "The Impact of COVID-19 on Black and Brown Communities - Did so many have to die?".

One of the panelist on the discussion is Roger Horne, founder of Urban GreenWorks. Watch this deliberative dialogue to learn more about the connections that COVID-19 has had on our food systems. 

You will follow up the deliberative dialogue by advocating for the CIW, another panelist on the dialogue. 

Access Passcode: Dpb86+=1 

How to receive credit below 

Please read the New York Times article
: 

After reading the article go to: 

The website provides information about what the farmworkers in Immokalee are going through during COVID-19. To receive credit for this activity you are to call Governor Ron DeSantis, to advocate for the farmworkers in Immokalee. Please write a script for what you plan to say when you call the office. The script should include information from the New York Times article, the Deliberative Dialogue, and the CIW website. The script should be at least two paragraphs long. Please save the script as a file and upload the file of the script to the forms link below.  

To conclude this module participants will meet to discuss the experience/outcomes of the Module. The reflection will take place after the participant has successfully completed three of the activities. 

The reflection is a required component for the Food Security Module.
Weekly Check-Ins are available to all participants of the Food Security Module. Please try to attend at least one of the Check-Ins, so that we can connect to discuss the progress of the module. 

Check-ins will occur every Monday from 6:00 - 7:00 pm, or by individual request. 

Zoom link below: 
https://barry-edu.zoom.us/j/5681472390?pwd=R3FFenBQaVVTUGVrZllSR2NVZ25aQT09