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Cooking up Social Change- National Conversation on Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts

(1888 Pressrelease) Talk That Walks is a Leadership Dialogue Series produced by the Alliance of Leadership Fellows in Partnership with the Social Justice Initiative at Bryn Mawr College. This Episode on Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts is also produced by BCAGlobal and the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the University of Utah.

BCAGlobal and ALF launch a National leadership dialogue on Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts. Talk That Walks: National Conversation On Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts

June 22, 2021 at 10:00-11:00 AM EDT
Talk That Walks is a Leadership Dialogue Series produced by the Alliance of Leadership Fellows in Partnership with the Social Justice Initiative at Bryn Mawr College. This Episode on Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts is also produced by BCAGlobal and the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the University of Utah.

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The culinary arts industry controls a major portion of the US food system, and there has never been a comprehensive dialogue on racial inequities in the sector—until now. National

Conversation: Racial Equity in the Culinary Arts, will facilitate a move from conversation to action. The leaders in this dialogue are taking advantage of the global momentum demanding racial equity across systems to focus on our culinary industry, an industry that has been built upon —but has failed to reward and respect—the knowledge, labor, and ingenuity of enslaved and indigenous people.

This leadership forum on social justice in the culinary arena features changemakers Chef Alex Askew (moderator), Chef Njathi Kabui, Chef Adán Medrano and Valerie Spain, coach and consultant for equity and belonging. Please join us for this inaugural dialogue in the Talk that Walks series.
Additional information available here: https://www.allianceofleadershipfellows.org/talk-that-walks/

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