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Vivien Sansour and the Heirloom Seed Library
Vivien Sansour is founder of the Palestine Heirloom Seed Library where she works with farmers to propagate and recover threatened heirloom varieties and creates local and international public awareness campaigns to educate people about Palestinian agricultural heritage and biodiversity. A trained anthropologist, she is currently a Fellow at Harvard's Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative, which is co-hosting this webinar with API.

Mar 18, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Vivien Sansour
Fellow, Harvard Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative
Vivien Sansour has dedicated her expansive intellect and creativity to the intersection of environment, food, and social justice.She is founder of the Heirloom Seed Library in Battir, Palestine and is currently a Fellow at the Religion, Conflict, and Peace Institute at Harvard University's Divinity School (HDS). What is her long-term vision for the seed library? What has time away from Palestine taught her? What are her intentions for return? In which recipes does she use produce she grows from seeds that are catalogued and saved for future generations? This episode of Meet Us on the Abraham Path is co-hosted with HDS’s Center for the Study of World Religions and Religion, Conflict, and Peace Institute. Abraham Path Initiative Executive Director Anisa Mehdi, and RPL Faculty Director Diane Moore interview Vivien Sansour and will bring your questions to our guest as well.