The SNAP-Ed Toolkit is moving!

The Toolkit and its resources, including evidence-based interventions and the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework, will soon be housed within the SNAP-Ed Connection website. Please look for future communication regarding that transition. Thanks. — The Toolkit Team

The Role of Racial Equity in SNAP-Ed Part 1: Bringing Racial Equity into the Conversation


In this interactive, 75-minutes session, presenters discuss how SNAP-Ed activities can be implemented to advance racial equity by framing the issue of racial equity in SNAP-Ed, the directive from the USDA, the definition of racial equity, and how we can work to engage communities to advance racial equity. The presenters include Stacy Dean, the Deputy Under Secretary for USDA’s Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, Dr. Mary Marczak, Director of Urban Family Development and Evaluation at the University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development, and Dr. Stephany Parker, Evaluation & Program Design Director of Oklahoma Tribal Engagement Partners (OKTEP).
For more information about the CEUs, including to receive a certificate of completion if you watch the recording, email


ASNNA Race, Health + Social Equity Committee, SNAP-Ed Toolkit Team, and SNAP-Ed Connection

SNAP-Ed Toolkit Team
SNAP-Ed Connection


Type Description URL
Material Webinar Slides
Webinar Recorded Webinar
Material Equity Word Cloud
Material Reflection Questions & Sample Answers
Material Q&A Document




CEUs available


September 23, 2021