Kara regularly gives public lectures around the country on issues related to food systems, health disparities, and racial justice.
You can find a list of prepared talks on this page. She can also tailor material from any of the courses that she has taught for your organization or event.
These lectures can be booked as talks or workshops that include pre-reading and facilitated discussion.
KARA IS AVAILABLE TO SPEAK IN-PERSON & VIRTUALLY
PANEL ON STRUCTURAL RACISM Hosted by the OSU Department of African American Studies
LECTURES ON INEQUALITY
UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL STRATIFICATION IN THE UNITED STATES
RACIAL INEQUALITY 101
GENDER INEQUALITY 101
LIBERATION AS AN EVERYDAY PRACTICE: LESSONS FROM SOCIOLOGY
*Talk descriptions available upon request
LECTURES ON FOOD
THE U.S. FOOD SYSTEM: A BIRDS EYE VIEW
FOOD AND INEQUALITY IN THE UNITED STATES: AN OVERVIEW
THE COLOR OF FOOD ACCESS: UNDERSTANDING FOOD ACCESS AS A RACIAL JUSTICE ISSUE
BEYOND FOOD DESERTS: WHY WE NEED ANOTHER WAY TO UNDERSTAND FOOD DISPARITIES
GUT FEELINGS: UNDERSTANDING THE EMOTIONAL DIMENSIONS OF FOOD DISPARITIES IN THE AMERICAN CITY