Circling Back, Honoring Dr. George Washington Carver
Hosted by Farms to Grow and African American Museum and Library at Oakland

Special Thanks to CAL Humanities! We are excited to announce Farms to Grow Inc. in collaboration with the African American Museum Library at Oakland, AAMLO presents “Circling Back” a mobile educatonal panel installation; honoring “Dr. George Washington Carver” Friday, October 13th, 6 pm – 8 pm at the African American Museum and Library at Oakland, 659 14th St, Oakland, CA 94612

OPENING Ceremony
Yemanya Napue, Medicine Woman, Healer and Dancer

“Seeds of Struggle” Trailer screening
Introduction by Dennis Terry, Producer, Director

Anna Marie Carter
“The Seed Lady of Watts”
Heir-Apparent to Dr. George Washington Carver, Library of Congress

‘Africa’s Dream’ Poem from Land Justice: Reimagining, Land, Food the Commons, Food First read by Shelley Dyer

Panel Discussion
Exploring Dr. Carver’s Ideologies for Sustainable Nutritional Living

Moderator: Dr. Gail Myers

Aaron Coleman: What’s on your Plate?
Iyalode Kinney: Coming Back to Land
Will Scott, Jr.: Black Farming Legacy
Community Discussion Q&A

Plus enjoy an historical B&W photo exhibit of Mr. James McGill a 2nd generation California pig farmer and the Farms to Grow, Inc. Youth Interactive Dr. Carver Science Exhibit.

Lite refreshments: Legacy foods

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