Sarai Bordeaux holds a Masters Degree from San Francisco State University in Education with an emphasis in Equity and Social Justice. Through TK-5 curriculum development and her own personal poetry, Sarai is now working on strengthening the ways that parents and children build their capacities and identities as life long learners together through the development of relationships with self and others. For more than ten years she has been connected in many ways with Peoples Kitchen Collective. She has served as a conceptual partner for events, as well as front of house and logistics capacities during Life is Living, the STREETS! meal, and other gatherings. She is presently facilitating groups with PKC around Octavia Butler source material for their upcoming project. Sarai is honored to contribute to the conversation around food justice with PKC through intentional focus on personal growth and community building. Sarai’s poetry was recently published in the book, Patrice Lumumba: An Anthology of Writers on Black Liberation.