A Plant-Based Community Leadership Engagement Program
Produced by our 501c3 collaborative partner, Power is Giving, Inc. EDD Talks is a 90-minute leadership lunch and learn program that’s comprised of a virtual and/or in-person moderated panel of plant-based clinicians, chefs and/or subject matter experts in the fields of plant-based nutrition and food insecurity.
From select politicians and clergy to community leaders serving at the behest of disproportionately impacted communities, we invite targeted leaders to hear the panel discussion and engage in dialogue about the positive clinical and nutritive benefits of promoting a plant-based lifestyle to their constituents.
Educating community leadership to the benefits of plant-based food access in underserved Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities, the benefits of plant-based nutritive and culinary education in BIPOC communities and the clinical benefits of a plant-based lifestyle to their disproportionately-impacted constituents and the overall community through their advocacy and reach. We also provide targeted community health resource information, collaborative solutions to systemic healthcare and food access inequities and a plant-based buffet for each EDD Talk. EDD Talks are held in cities experiencing heightened health disproportionality or poor inequitable food access.