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Hunger Banquet

Panel discussion of Oxfam Hunger Banquet experience at Montgomery College.
by

Beverly Spencer

on 11 January 2013

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Transcript of Hunger Banquet

Where the idea
sparked: India Montgomery
College OxFam
Hunger
Banquet Oxfam Hunger Banquet:
Building Community Across Campus From a simple conversation on an overnight train… Oxfam Banquet, Germantown The 15% and the 50% 35% Help Kids India: Preschools, Smokeless Stoves, S.E.W. Oxfam Hunger Banquets held on all three campuses

Earth Day events held on all three campuses focusing on the dangers of indoor air pollution.


The Girl Effect Club on the Germantown campus sold coffee, donuts, and muffins.


An India celebration sold items made by from recycled saris, and yoga mat bags made by Indian women in Helps Kids India’s S.E.W (Sewing Empowers Women) project.


During National Library Week a talk was given on the India Study Abroad Program.

Changing the Odds Festival in Rockville, information was shared about how to fight poverty.


Six Students Projects were presented to the MC Foundation about their research in India. From the original seed:
10 Events in 10 Days

“Montgomery College’s mission of changing lives and enriching our community does not stop at the borders of our campuses, the county line or our own country.” Girl Effect Club: Coffee, Donuts, and Bagels India Day By Beverly Spencer, Kelly Rudin, Pat Ruppert, and Steve Prince Oxfam Hunger Banquets held on all three campuses Takoma Park Rockville Germantown Montgomery College—Germantown
Germantown, Maryland “Hunger Banquet Artwork” I Pray that Generations… One Fish Be a Fence Faith Posture I: Nigerian Mama Faith Posture II: American Mama Faith Posture III: Baghdad Mama Peace be with you.
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