Highlight: BLACK FOODIE Week Panel: The Future of Black Food Culture

This week is a special week in the city with Black Foodie Week going on right now!

It is a showcase of some of the city’s best Black Cuisine and Black owned Restaurants. Click the link below to find out more:

Black Foodie Week: https://blackfoodie.co/black-foodie-week/

This event has also showcased a large part of the issues that have been affecting the Black community as a whole and the ways in which we as a society must choose to move forward together. One such event was the live Panel discussion.


BLACK FOODIE Week Panel: The Future of Black Food Culture

The speakers come from various walks of life show different perspectives on how the Black Community is choosing to move forward.

Panel discussion organized by Eden Hagos for Black Foodie Week:

featuring Leticia Daewuo (Black Creek Farms),

Paul Taylor (FoodShareTO),

and

Chef Bashir Munye (George Brown College)

Key notes:

  • The Pandemic and the effects on the Black community
  • The importance of Food Security in priority Neighbourhoods
  • The importance of visibility as a community.

Click this link to watch the full panel below:

BLACK FOODIE Week Panel: The Future of Black Food Culture

Also check out: https://www.blackfoodie.co/ for more information on Black Cuisine and Black food history

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