Artist, Activist, Eco-Educator Kelly Johnson on White Privilege

me-collards-225x300In a recent issue of Feministing, Kelly Johnson, alumni of the Individualized MA program, spoke about taking her Goddard work into the world, working especially in the south with diverse communities on connecting with nature through school gardening programs. In developing her company Wings, Worms and Wonder, she writes,

“When working with communities and introducing health and lifestyle ideas involving food and culture, I have found that it is incredibly important to be aware of the fact that I am a visitor with an idea, not someone in any sort of entitled position to say how another person should live, eat, or plant their yard.”

Read the whole article here.

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