Join Chef Zu in bringing people of diverse backgrounds together over dinner to talk about racial equity in the food and farming space. The Living Color Racial Equity Dialogue Dinner focuses on creating a safe space for sharing innovative and creative ideas around how farmers, food workers, chefs, restaurants, local food initiatives and food & farming non-profits can best deal with racial inequities in the workspace.
We will collectively share ideas based around a set of questions on what Racial Equity is, how it works and why we should all become more involved with advocacy. All guests will leave with a "Elevating Equity Tool Kit" to take back into their workspaces and food communities. The event will be moderated Cicely M. Garrett.
The Living Color Dialogue Dinner will feature a sustainable Autumn farm-to-table 5-course vegan cuisine dinner prepared by Chef Zu. Vegan Wine will be available with a donation.
This Dinner uses Equitable Ticket Pricing, reflecting wage inequality. Ticket Prices reflect the 2018 gender, race, & ethnicity wage gap as reported by the Institute for Women Policy Research and USDL Bureau of Labor Statistics. You can find the IWPR study HERE. Wages for Farmer & Food Workers are reported by BLS HERE.