SNF Paideia Program and Asian America Across the Disciplines Series Spring 2024 present Race and Food and Environmental Justice with Duong Ly and Lan Dinh, VietLEAD

Duong Ly is the Operations Director of VietLead and a 2015 Penn graduate, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology with a concentration on Structural Opportunities and Inequality, and a minor in Asian American Studies. Currently, Dương oversees year-long programs that work with over 120 high school students each year, most of them low to no income, and from immigrant/refugee backgrounds in Philly.

Lan Dinh is the Co-Executive Director and Farm & Food Sovereignty Projects Director for VietLead. Lan has over eight years of experience teaching healthy cooking, nutrition, gardening, and food justice to youth, adults, and communities. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Societies with a concentration in International Health & Nutrition from the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA in 2011 and a Certificate in Ecological Horticulture from the UCSC Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems in October of 2013.

Hosted by Fariha Khan, ASAM Co-Director and Fernando Chang-Muy, Thomas O'Boyle Lecturer in Law in the course "American Race: A Philadelphia Story" (SNF Paideia Program.)

Register and join by Zoom here!