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Soul Food for thought café

Location: Student Services Center (SSC

For the final event of Black History Month, we invite the UH Hilo community to the Soul Food for thought café. This is an invitation to poets, spoken word artists, musicians, and other entertainers to avail yourself of the open mic. Share your talent and feast on your favorite soul food.

Sign up to perform by contacting Deysha at dchilds7@hawaii.edu or Yolisa at hduley@hawaii.edu.

Sponsored by the UH Hilo Art Department, Minority Access and Achievement Program, Student Health and Wellness Program, and the Student Activities Council .

Special Restrictions: For disability accommodations, please call 808 932-946.

For more information, contact: hduley@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7463

Tags: Soul Food Black History Month Open Mic Poetry Slam Music Food Grinds Pot-luck

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