Bread for the World to host Black History teach in and listening session

Food Justice and Faith Teach In Listening Session Registration. (Flyer provided/Rev. Dr. Angélique Walker-Smith)

Bread for the World will join other faith-based organizations for an afternoon of discussion surrounding food injustices. 

The Food Justice and Faith Community Teach In and Listening Session: A Black History Event is Feb. 15, from 1-2:45 p.m., at the Indiana Government Center North Auditorium, 100 N. Senate Ave. 

Alongside Bread of the World, co-hosts include Indiana Black Legislative Caucus, Faith Farms and Orchard, the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Indianapolis (IMA), Christian Theological Seminary, and Faith, Hope, and Love International. 

The teach-in and listening session aims to offer an afternoon of learning and engaging issues surrounding food insecurity, food sovereignty, and justice for Black farmers and children in the Black community as well as international debt relief. During discussion, the organizations’ faith leaders hope to find solutions to addressing food injustices through public policies of Pan-African solidarity, story and leadership throughout the 2024 election season. 

The event is free to attend, and guests are encouraged to register at For more information, visit