Stir the Pot, May 29th

Stir the Pot Potluck
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Common Ground High School
An interactive cooking and food education series curated by Nadine Nelson, Global Local Gourmet, in collaboration with the New Haven Food Policy Council.
Be sure to come through to this month’s potluck, on Tuesday, May 29 at 5:30 pm. We will be discussing the reading “How Food Can Be a Platform for Activism” over fresh spring rolls!
All are welcome! Bring a dish to share and an appetite for change.
RSVP on our Facebook here.

Stir the Pot TODAY

Stir the Pot Potluck
TODAY, April 17, 2018
5:30 – 7:30 pm
 Whitneyville Cultural Commons
An interactive cooking and food education series curated by Nadine Nelson, Global Local Gourmet, in collaboration with the New Haven Food Policy Council.
Be sure to come through to this month’s potluck, on Wednesday, April 17 at 5:30 pm. We’ll be featuring the fare and stories of our council member, Mark Firla. We will be discussing the reading “Food is Like Sex, It is the Provocation” over Asian dumplings!
All are welcome! Bring a dish to share and an appetite for change

Stir the Pot

Stir the Pot Potluck
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
5:30 – 7:30 pm
 Whitneyville Cultural Commons
An interactive cooking and food education series curated by Nadine Nelson, Global Local Gourmet, in collaboration with the New Haven Food Policy Council.
Be sure to come through to this month’s potluck, on Wednesday, April 17 at 5:30 pm. We’ll be featuring the fare and stories of Food activist and member of Witnesses to Hunger, Kim Hart. We will be discussing the reading “Food is Like Sex, It is the Provocation” over Asian dumplings!
All are welcome! Bring a dish to share and an appetite for change

March Stir the Pot Cancelled

We’ve decided to cancel Stir the Pot for March, and would encourage attendance at this event instead:
6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Yale Afro-American Cultural Center
211 Park Street

On March 28th, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm, the U.S. Health Justice Collaborative will host a panel event titled “Paved with Good Intentions: White Saviorism and the Non-Profit Industrial Complex.” This event aims to explore themes of power, privilege, and financial incentive within the non-profit industry that inhibit the achievement of equity and structural reform in the United States.

Jordan Flaherty, award-winning journalist, producer, and author who has written extensively on white saviorism will speak at the event, alongside local New Haven leaders confronting these challenges in our community. In addition to raising awareness about these critical issues, the event aims to highlight strategies for dismantling white saviorism and supremacy in our work moving forward