A CELEBRATION OF FOOD JUSTICE ACTIVISM FROM THE 1960S TO NOW In Honor of the Free Breakfast Program for Children

  • Museum of the African Diaspora 685 Mission Street San Francisco, CA, 94105 United States

Join San Francisco's Museum of the African Diaspora'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.  Admission includes Red Bay Coffee; a breakfast prepared by The People’s Kitchen Collective; a short musical set by DJ Cavem Motivation along with a screening of From Gangs To Gardens, a short film about his life and work; and a lively conversation between Judy Juanita (who was heavily involved in running the Free Breakfast for Children Program) and Jocelyn Jackson (one of the core members of The People’s Kitchen Collective) moderated by Faiza Farah of Third Space Media.

Tickets are $35 general admission and $30 MoAD members. Available here.

The Goal Of The People's Kitchen collective Is Not Only To Fill Our Stomachs, But Also Nourish Our Souls, Feed Our Minds, And Fuel A Movement.