Carleton Virtual Breakfast Club
with Chantel Johnson ’10
From Gun Violence to Homesteading
Thursday, February 11, 2021
8:00 a.m. Central Time
This talk takes you on a journey to learn how farmer Chantel Johnson ’10 survived the impacts of gun violence and birthed Off Grid in Color (OGIC). OGIC is a homestead sanctuary for health and wellness with a mission to encourage others to take steps to greater self-sufficiency. For Chantel, farming and homesteading were tools for healing, and now she teaches others how to transform their pain into power. Her work is holistic and community-based. She’s a farmer, a doula, a social worker with a Masters in Social Work, a Carleton College alum with a BA in history, and a 2020 In the Spirit of Carleton Alumni Recipient. Attending this talk will be transformative and beneficial. Grab your notebook and some tissue, it’s time to heal with Mother Earth!
This event was co-sponsored by the Carleton Multicultural Alumni Network (MCAN).
Questions? Contact Alumni Relations via email or 800-729-2586.
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