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Breaking Bread: Racial Understanding and Healing through Cuisine - LWV / District 214
Wednesday, May 11, 2022, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Wheeling High School
900 S Elmhurst Rd
Wheeling, IL 60090
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Breaking Bread: Racial Understanding and Healing through Cuisine - League of Women Voters / District 214 Community Speaker Series
Wheeling High School Cafeteria
Wednesday, May 11th
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Come hungry as we break bread together and learn about African influences on U.S. cuisine. Terrance Duke Seward, owner of Duke's BBQ, will not only share his incredible creations with us, but he will also lead us to understand how African approaches to culinary are infused throughout the U.S. palette. We will also review the multiple topics we have engaged in throughout the year.
- Belonging and the harm of microaggressions and othering
- What to do when love and fear collide: unpacking the conversations around race in our schools
- Using your compass to have courageous conversations about race
Buffet style dinner will include:
St. Louis Ribs
ChickenVegan Pulled Pork available upon request
Black Eyed Peas
Drinks: Water, Lemonade, Sweet Tea & Regular Tea
$25 - Register in advance
This is a family friendly event, where each family member must register, including children.
ASL Interpreter, Stacy Shein Stapleton, will be at the event alongside our speakers.