In 2009, Rev. Kelebohile Nkhereanye travelled home to Maseru, Lesotho, to visit family and friends. While there she took numerous photographs of gardens and plots of land, including the yard where she grew up. On July 19, 2012, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, she shared some of these photos along with her passion for the food justice movement. She analyzed the connections between people in her "two worlds" of Maseru, Lesotho and East New York, Brooklyn. Her "Local Food for Life Ministry" is rooted in addressing the food and land justice needs of people in these two places, and indeed all over the world.
Founded on December 15, 2011, the "Local Food for Life Ministry" is Rev. Kele's vehicle for nurturing wellness in our communities through holistic daily practices that involve PRAYER, GROWTH, SHARING, and HEALING, by utilizing and perpetuating the cultivation and distribution of locally grown food.
"SUPPLY YOUR TEMPLE WITH LOCAL FOOD!" ~ Rev. Kele Nkhereanye
For more information please contact:
Rev. Kele Nkhereanye
533 Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11207