Bryant Terry, 5th Annual Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture
“Out of the Factories and Into the Fields: Cooking as Inspiration for Liberation”
Friday, January 20, 3:30 pm, Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall
Whether he’s urban farming in his home city of Oakland, articulating a new politics of food activism, or dishing up greens with Martha Stewart, Bryant Terry is all about re-envisioning cooking as a powerful tool for exposing interconnected forms of human and animal oppression, and inspiring our liberation into more redemptive ways of eating and of being together around the table, around the neighborhood, and around the world. In this, his second Wake Up Weekend appearance, Bryant will bestow upon us the honor of pre-releasing his brand new book, The Inspired Vegan, due out for the rest of the world on January 24. Meet Bryant and get your signed copy hot off the press at a reception following the address that will also feature catered appetizers from the book.
The Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series is an independent event established by a friend of Calvin College and supported this year by additional help from Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship, and The Office of Multicultural Affairs, and The Philosophy Department. Since the lecture is free and open to the public and likely to be of interest to Wake Up Weekend participants, the College has kindly permitted us to include Terry’s lecture on our program.