How should we be rethinking hunger? This is a biweekly podcast about people who are making change in our food system. The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network invites you to join in on critical conversations with thought leaders on the issue of food insecurity. Hosted by Sophia Rose, NMOST Meals VISTA and food systems thinker, this informative, interview-based podcast is sure to leave you with a greater resolve to make change.
Sal Ruiz and Laura Cox on Afterschool Meals, Cooking with Kids, and Food as Love
What role can afterschool and out-of-school time providers play in combatting food insecurity? Join Sophia in conversation with Salvador Ruiz and Laura Cox of Moving Arts Española, an afterschool program serving their community healthy meals and so much more.
Anita Amstutz on Pollinator Protection
How might thinking more like bees serve us in our collective human endeavor to create a better society and world? Join Sophia in a conversation with Anita Amstutz, founder of the Albuquerque-based pollinator advocacy organization, Think Like a Bee.
Melanie Stansbury on Hunger in New Mexico, Repatriation, and Regionalizing the Food System
What can we expect in the upcoming legislative session? Rep. Melanie Stansbury (of House District 28 in the NM State Legislature) joins Sophia to reflect on her work around food and water issues in New Mexico, the hunger response in New Mexico following COVID-19, and the road ahead with the new hunger bill getting drafted.
Derek Lin on Health Equity
What is health equity and how does it relate to creating fairer food systems? Derek Lin, a policy analyst at New Mexico Voices for Children, joins Sophia to share his perspective on using an equity lens to think about and address the issue of food insecurity.
Robert Egger on Reforming the Charity Model and the Power of Food
What is the role of nonprofits in the fight to alleviate hunger? Robert Egger, the founder of the DC Central Kitchen and pioneer of the central kitchen concept, joins NMOST VISTA Sophia Rose to talk about the history of the charity model in the nonprofit sector, community kitchens, and the social enterprise approach to food insecurity.
How should we be rethinking hunger? The "Rethinking Hunger" podcast from the New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network invites you to join in on critical conversations with thought leaders on the issue of food insecurity. Hosted by Sophia Rose, NMOST Meals VISTA and food systems thinker, and coming to all of your podcast platforms in the near future. This informative, interview-based podcast is sure to leave you with a greater resolve to make change.