CLOSED, NEW EXHIBITION SEASON BEGINS OCT 5th

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Join MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence for a day of presentations, panel discussions, interactive dialogue, and group strategizing for everyone interested in exploring some of the pressing issues related to public health, food, and justice as well learning more about the crucial role that art and media can play in creating a more healthy, just, and sustainable food system.

Topics include creating art and media that makes space for people of color and their stories; responding to white supremacist capitalist patriarchal violence; and tools and empowerment for growing a food business. Our aim is to create space for the exchange of ideas and sharing of skills with an emphasis on empowering those most impacted by food injustice—people of color, youth, and working people (especially those working in the food industry).

Keynote

Luz Calvo and Catriona Esquibel

Performer

Valerie Troutt

Presenters

Samin Nosrat
Tunde Wey
Soliel Ho

Stephen Satterfield
Reem Assil
Nik Sharma
Sonia Guiñansaca
Adrionna Fike
Adrionna Fike

Amanda Yee

Sabrina Mutukisna

Jessica Moncada

Alicia Villanueva

Shakirah Shimley

Matt Gereghty

Angela Dimayuga

Samin Nosrat (Salt, Fat, Acid, and Heat) • Tunde Wey (SAARTJ) • Soliel Ho (Racist Sandwich) • Stephen Satterfield (Whetstone Magazine) • Reem Assil (Reem’s Cafe) • Nik Sharma (A Brown Table) • Sonia Guiñansaca (Culture Strike) • Adrionna Fike (Mandela Grocery Cooperative) • Amanda Yee (The Blues Woman) • Sabrina Mutukisna (The Town Kitchen) • Jessica Moncada (Red Bay Coffee) • Alicia Villanueva (Alicia’s Tamales Los Mayas) • Shakirah Shimley (Nourish | Resist) • Matt Gereghty (Hasta Muerte Coffee) • Angela Dimayuga (Standard International)

Breakfast and Lunch provided by The Town Kitchen, a community-driven food business that employs and empowers youth

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD)

685 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105

8am-3pm

Registration: General $45 | MoAD Members $35 | College Students $25 | Food Service Industry $15 | Youth under 18 Free

This program is made possible by the generous donations of Kaiser Permanente and A Small Planet Fund

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