Decolonizing Filipino Food (Community Workshop) - Event Details
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Decolonizing Filipino Food (Community Workshop)
Location: Student Services Building, W-201
Filipino American Heritage Month at UH Hilo Presents...
Decolonizing Filipino Food
A hands-on experience exploring food histories and preparing food that honors Philippine ancestral and indigenous traditions, and promotes sustainable agriculture and community health. The workshop will be led by Aileen Suzara, a Bay Area based natural chef, originally from the Big Island, who focuses on sustainable foods and works to encourage healthier eating by teaching garden and farm-based workshops, developing sustainability educational programs, and hosting community pop-up dinners. Her blog, Kitchen Kwento (Tagalog for stories), documents and shares stories on the relationship between food, people, and the land.
Friday, October 14, 4:00-6:00PM
Student Services Building, W-201
[Event is Free] [Limited Seating]
To RSVP or more info: Jeanne Batallones, firstname.lastname@example.org, 932-7476
Sponsored by the University of Hawaiʻi Hilo Filipino Studies Certificate Program, Minority Access & Achievement Program (MAAP) & Filipino American Heritage Month Committee. Event made possible through funding from the UH Hilo Professional Development Grant.
For accommodations, contact the Disability Services Office: 932-7623 (Voice) or 932-7002 (TTY), email@example.com, SSC, Room E-215
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (808) 932-7476
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