Georgia College and State University’s fifth annual Global Citizenship Symposium hosted a diverse group of speakers over three days, February 6-8, 2012. Topics ranged from the AIDS epidemic, the juncture of health care and religion in Africa, global food shortages, building local food economies, and a host of others. I got a chance to attend on Tuesday night February 7th, and recorded speaker Joel Salatin’s hour-long speech, along with a Q&A afterward with fellow symposium speaker Danielle Nierenberg, who is the project director for Nourishing the Planet, a Washington D.C.-based environmental think tank. Hit the play button below for my podcast that includes an introduction to Salatin’s career and a lightly edited version of his speech.
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