Date(s) - July 7, 2020
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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We are excited to announce our second “Food & Race Conversation Series” to explore our ancestral connections and practices through traditional food! Join us on Tuesday, July 7 at 1:30pm with women from Flavours of Hope and special guest Asha Wheeldon, founder of Kula Foods, an Afro-vegan food business in Vancouver. By honouring our cultural roots and food practices, we can build a more diverse, just, and resilient food system and industry.
Our hope is to create spaces and opportunities for people to actively listen, learn, and take actions to create meaningful connections and positive changes through food, dialogue, and community. We want to amplify the voices of
Black-owned businesses and the work of Black-led initiatives to fight against anti-Black racism in Canada.
Participants will receive a traditional Afro-vegan recipe from Kula Foods that they can easily make and enjoy during the conversation. A zoom link and instructions will be provided to participants.
Tickets are pay what you can on Eventbrite. All the ticket sales will support the work of Flavours of Hope in empowering women through celebration of food, culture, and stories.