Nourishment and Empowerment in Black Communities
Hungry for social change? Feed your need by coming to our community kitchen events. At these events, we will feast on engaging lectures on social justice issues, fruitful discussions, and a wholesome meal.
Join us on February 25th to cook, eat and discuss food as a long standing tool to building community and empowerment in black communities. Learn how to create delicious dishes from Chef Amaka Onyenokwe (Chef Max), Head Cook and Host, from 116 Kitchen diaryofasoulangel.blogspot.ca while discussing social issues that affect black communities and how communities thrive in the face of anti-black racism.
Pool your resources and your culinary skills with others to create a cheap feast for the senses! Each event offers a hands-on cooking experience with a unique menu and a special guest speaker that will provide us with a glimpse into a social justice issue.
When: Sun., Feb. 25, 2018, 2:30 – 5:30 pm
Where: Woodsworth College Residence,Waters Lounge, 321 Bloor St. West (SE corner of St. George and Bloor)
Cost: $5 / Students
$15 / Non-students
Tickets available at the Information Hub
To register online, please click here, select the “Food & Living” category, or contact Hart House at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416 978 2452.
This Community Kitchen is brought to you in collaboration with Centre for Community Partnership.
Note: Please wear full shoes (no open toes) and bring something to tie hair back with if it is long. Bring empty containers so you can take any extra food home!