Global Connections - Eating In & Eating Out: Our Changing Relationship With Food

07/22/21, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Community Event

Admission: Free.

Robert Siegel (former Senior Host of NPR’s All Things Considered for 31 years) interviews Mark Bittman (Food author & journalist; Special Advisor, Food Policy, Columbia University), Ruth Reichl (6-time James Beard Awardee, former Editor-in-Chief, Gourmet magazine), and Mark Fachler and Monica Klausner (Co-founders, Veestro). FREE REGISTRATION: www.globalconnections.splashthat.com
Global Connections is free to the public. REGISTER HERE: www.globalconnections.splashthat.com
Watch previous programs at: https://rb.gy/c8e9un.
Global Connections: Navigating the New Abnormal with Robert Siegel is presented monthly by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center (AFRMC), a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization based in New York City. AFRMC not only directly support services at Rabin Medical Center in Israel, but also believes in supporting our global community with information, education, and awareness of the most pressing topics for our health and well-being. After the initial program, it can be viewed on JBS TV and on AFRMC’s YouTube and Facebook. Learn more at www.afrmc.org. For further information email: afrmc@afrmc.org or call 212-279-2522.

Website:
afrmc.org

Location:
Zoom
636 Broadway
St. Louis, MO 10012

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Sponsor:
American Friends of Rabin Medical Center

Email:
afrmc@afrmc.org

Other Contact:
Nate Bonzagni 212 279 2522 afrmc@afrmc.org

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