Join People's Kitchen Collective for our annual tradition inspired by the Black Panther Party for Self Defense and their Survival Programs. This year we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party’s Free Breakfast Program with music, dance, and special guests. We'll be serving a hot, delicious, and nutritious breakfast of grits and greens, free to the community.
10am-12pm Breakfast at the 18 & Magnolia corner of the Little Bobby Hutton Park (aka deFremery Park)
12-4pm Exhibition of the Free Breakfast Program at the West Oakland Library (on the corner)
12-7pm Life is Living festival presented by Youth Speaks! The festival is free and open to the public.
Many thanks to Panther Legacy Historian Billy X. Jennings of It’s About Time and Camille Safiya.
See the video from the 2016 Life is Living.