In 2011, Unitarian Universalists adopted a Statement of Conscience entitled Ethical Eating, on which the UU Office at the UN centered last year’s Intergenerational Spring Seminar. But sometimes, climate change and anti-racism can feel overwhelming, amid all the concerns of our lives. Lóre Stevens, of First UU Nashville and Harvard Divinity School, will share her story of food insecurity and diet decolonization to show how mindful eating can be a great starting point to personal and social change. After all, we all think about food every day!
Here is the video of this service:
Lóre Stevens is in her final year at Harvard Divinity School preparing for UU ministry. She is a member and former Membership Coordinator of First UU Nashville. She was a finalist for the Billings Preaching Prize and winner of the Greeley Sermon Award for “Food Faith”. She has served as Communications Chair for both Harvard UU Ministry for Students and the Harvard Divinity School Student Association council. Lóre identifies as a bisexual mestiza (mixed race Mexican-American) atheist. She loves illustrated journaling, movies, and her black cat Tezzy!