Teachers College Professor Pam Koch is joined by Tony Hillery, founder and CEO of Harlem Grown to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic further exposed inequities and fragility in access to nutritious food – and how this basic need must be addressed moving forward.

In “Just One Thing”, five Teachers College faculty reflect on *one thing* from all that we’ve learned and experienced since March 2020 that they want to make sure we don’t forget. The responses range in topic and tone, but they share a common theme of learning to better connect and care for one another.

Find out more about Harlem Grown and ways to get involved at: harlemgrown.org

“Just One Thing” is an original production from the Teachers College Digital Futures Institute: tc.edu/digitalfuturesinstitute

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