ate last year, Pastor Moss christened our brand new website with a powerful message simply entitled: Village Values. The stirring message is so representative of what Endeleo seeks to accomplish in Health, Education and Community Development that we still feature it on our homepage and invite you to engage in its substance for a clearer understanding of the connectedness of our work.
We have mentioned many times how elated we are to have received a grant from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support Trinity’s Farmers Market. You should know there is a powerful and informative National Public Radio podcast (The Fighting for the Promised Land) you can download for free that documents the incredibly horrifying struggle our black farmers endured not so long ago and puts into perspective the relational significance between the USDA and black farmers (like Mr. Barker from Pembroke, Il shown with his grandson in the photo above). To listen, please go to our website endeleoinstitute.org or visit thirdcoastfestival.org
Telling our story is an empowering exercise. It has never been more important for connecting our past to our present and charting our future. Village Values. We pray that you listen to the podcast and this season, fully support Trinity’s Farmers Market with an entirely fresh new perspective. By Any Greens Necessary!
Trinity Famers Market
Saturdays 8:00a.m. – 1:00p.m.
July 9th – September 24th
Southeast corner of 95th and Normal Ave