At our People's Remedy stand, you will be able to read hundreds of home remedies and we invite you to add your own remedy to this community collection. This PKC event is about exploring ancestral kitchen wisdom while sharing tangible skills and remedies to heal, fortify and survive.
Inspired by the Kochiyama family’s tradition of radical hospitality, AAWAA reflects on Yuri’s legacy and how we can build on her leadership model fueled by compassion, openness to learning from others, deep commitment to building solidarity between communities and tireless dedication to doing the ordinary, often undervalued everyday work necessary to create social change. What world do we want to build together and how can we nurture, sustain and inspire each other in the process? Topics will also include: building Black and Asian solidarity, intersectional activism, and intergenerational knowledge sharing.
Catch PKC at the Shifting Movements exhibit at SOMARTS Cultural Center celebrating the work and activism of Yuri Kochiyama. Visit and share your Kitchen Remedies with us! We'll be at the opening May 4th and Feminist Futures May 20th.
Join us on April 1 for the first meal in our series from the FARM, to the KITCHEN, to the TABLE, to the STREETS. In this meal, we'll asking participants to reflect on their connection to the farm. How have our peoples used farming and land to create home in the face of displacement? "From the FARM" will bring together farmers, artists, chefs, and activists to connect politics, history, art and food. Collaborators include Namu Farm, Shooting Star Botanicals, Marvin K. White, and many others. Get Your Tix Here: http://pkcfromthefarm.bpt.me/
A CELEBRATION OF FOOD JUSTICE ACTIVISM FROM THE 1960S TO NOW In Honor of the Free Breakfast Program for Children
Join MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry for a morning celebrating the Free Breakfast for Children program started by the Black Panther Party in 1969 and the contemporary food justice work inspired by that program. People's Kitchen Collective will be in community with former Black Panther Party members, activists, and local food producers.
We are hosting an intimate meal with award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson on October 21 at ALENA Studios and we want you to join us at the table. Thanks to an introduction from Chef-Activst, and dear friend Bryant Terry, we will be working with Chef Samuelsson to prepare a family style menu for 50 people based on his new book "The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem."
Join us for a cocktail reception and discussion about the future of our city at Impact HUB Oakland. Free with RSVP.
Join the People's Kitchen Collective and Sariwa! as we decolonize foodways at the Sustainable Agriculture Education Association's National Conference at UC Santa Cruz.
Together with Sariwa! we are creating a fresh menu of locally grown ingredients from around the world. These combined histories and flavors reveal the power of food as a tool for decolonization and activist work.
- Catriona Rueda Esquibel, Co-author of Decolonize Your Diet, moderator
- Ron Reed, Co-Founder, Karuk-UC Berkeley Collaborative; Cultural Biologist, Karuk Tribe
- Gail Myers, Agri-Cultural Anthropologist and Co-Founder of non-profit Farms to Grow, Inc.
Conference registration is accessibly priced and available here.
Food From Across Africa at The MoAD
The Museum of the African Diaspora, along with Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry, will host a discussion, reception, and book signing for The Groundnut. This collective of three mixed African European chefs. will be sharing their new cookbook Food From Across Africa. This book is a beautiful collection of meals inspired by the staples, flavors, and classic dishes of East and West Africa.
Admission includes a hardcover copy of The Groundnut's new cookbook Food from Across Africa along with sips and bites inspired by recipes in the book and prepared by The People's Kitchen Collective.
The People's Kitchen Collective is inviting The Groundnut chefs to join us in the kitchen to co-create a menu of our favorite dishes from the African diaspora for a special pop-up dinner at the Alena artist studios in West Oakland.
In true PKC form, diners will be seated at long family style tables and the menu will all be served and shared family style. The multi-course menu will be a collaboration between the chefs of the People's Kitchen Collective and The Groundnut. Expect a meal that is long, filling and excitingly new. The night is going to be filled with music and celebration and a whole lot of creativity coming out of our kitchen collaboration! Get your tickets here!
People's Kitchen Collective will be sampling a Kitchen Remedy to heal everything fromupset stomach to white supremacy at the opening reception of For Freedoms. As the first artist-run super PAC, For Freedoms uses art to inspire deeper political engagement for citizens who want to have a greater impact on the American political landscape.
The People's Kitchen Collective presents Kitchen Remedies at Crosslines 2016 with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific America Center. Join us in decolonizing medicine and reconnecting traditional healing practices rooted in kitchen wisdom. With remedies ranging from upset stomach to white supremacy, we've been gathering stories of healing from around the world. Visit us in D.C. to share your Kitchen Remedies in this very special project at the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building. For more information, please click here.