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Stories Lived and Told Through African-American Food - Shared screen with speaker view
ALISON MAZER
12:06
I am very happy to be here. I am a furloughed chef in NYC. I really appreciate that you organized this event. Last night was wonderful. Thank you.
Aja Beard
13:04
Hi Kim-Aja Beard here :-). Thank you for inviting me to this amazing group. Looking forward to today's webinar
HOI NING NGAI
19:29
Lewiston, ME -- just wanted to support BIPOC women in the industry!
Sarah Jestet
19:41
chef chico,ca
ALISON MAZER
19:57
I am here because any community of female chefs is one that I need!
Aja Beard
20:03
Aja Beard-Founder & Principal Consultant of Ask Aja Restaurant Consulting. I live locally in LA. I met Kim Prince through PCR SBDC and helped her open Hotville Chicken last year.
Robert Gray
20:11
My name is Robert Gray. I am Chef Marilyn’s nephew here to support. I also go to Hotville Chicken weekly.
Diana Williams
21:05
LA. I've eaten at everyone's restaurants. (loved Here's looking at you.) RE:her is a great and needed organization. Looking forward to its growth.
Dare Arowe
21:06
Chef-farmer in Northern California. Queer black femme - here in appreciation of y’alls work, particularly Miss Toni’s books.
Taylor Woods
21:10
Hi all! Taylor from NYC. Artist + Designer focusing on food. Wish I could go to Hotville weekly ^
Elizabeth Strano
21:18
Hi guys - out-of-work bartender from Los Angeles. Excited to be here to listen, learn, and support!
Now Serving
22:44
welcome everyone!
Na Nisa-Noel Batiste
23:41
Danielle is the best!!
Dare Arowe
27:20
Can’t hear KP.
Kelly Harris
35:14
Definitely a purpose behind the person stirring the pot.
Kelly Harris
37:44
Kim says that she got bumped out and can't get back into the zoom
Kelly Harris
51:36
Right!
Na Nisa-Noel Batiste
53:07
Yes Golden Bird!!!
Laurie Mackenzie (she/her/ella)
53:54
SO true!
Aja Beard
01:02:36
If you're talking about the Ralph's on Crenshaw/Slauson, it drives me crazy that they lock up so many items. Had to ring the bell to get $2 toothpaste ;-////
Celia Ward-Wallace
01:06:24
www.southlacafe.com
Raine Wilson
01:08:59
Thank you Celia for helping our community. I didn’t know about you or South LA cafe, now I do through this very informative discussion.
ALISON MAZER
01:09:21
Celia, I am inspired by the work that you are doing. NYC needs the same type of community organizing.
ALISON MAZER
01:10:08
I hear you Kim. 100% right.
Celia Ward-Wallace
01:10:21
Thank you everyone! Feel free to reach out to talk more: southlacafe@gmail.com
Roslyn Spence
01:11:33
there was a community project that was spear headed by Marcus Samuelson in Harlem. Called the Harlem Eat up. Not sure if it's still going on.
Na Nisa-Noel Batiste
01:11:39
YES ma'am1
Raine Wilson
01:13:23
Amen Kim
ALISON MAZER
01:13:30
Thank you Roslyn. I live right by Harlem. I will find out.
Roslyn Spence
01:16:41
I have so many students that have created their own culinary path/career through this pandemic.
Now Serving
01:17:04
grow by giving ✊🏾
Na Nisa-Noel Batiste
01:18:43
Pen in hand. WOW.
Robert Gray
01:23:46
Thank you so much ladies.
Laurie Mackenzie (she/her/ella)
01:24:28
Great panel!
Roslyn Spence
01:24:31
unapologetically embracing our culture through our food, our community. Thank you !
Robert Gray
01:24:36
Big love and thank you for being an ally and a member of the community Celia.
Juli Schneiderman
01:24:52
Love it- extended sisterhood of support!
Raine Wilson
01:25:14
Thank you ladies , you all are so inspiring. 👏🏽
Tambra Stevenson
01:26:51
Thank you ladies for doing the work, sharing your stories and leading the journey to food and freedom. Sending love and light. Hope to stay connected to the community: LinkedIn.com/in/tambra
Kim Velazco
01:26:57
So much incredible wisdom!
Na Nisa-Noel Batiste
01:27:07
Amazing! Thank you for sharing and all you guys are doing, so proud!
Raine Wilson
01:28:55
Will this discussion be available after you end on another platform. I would love to share, especially with my cousin who founded Feed Our Soul?
Roslyn Spence
01:28:57
Blown away by it all. Thank you.
joni yung
01:28:59
thanks to all of you inspiring women!
Darin Dorsey
01:29:18
Thank you all so much! This was amazing.
Mina Park
01:30:04
Thank you so much for sharing your stories and inspiring us!
Elizabeth Strano
01:30:32
Thank you for this conversation and for sharing your stories and knowledge - so much to sit with and think on.
Kim Velazco
01:30:53
Thank you, Lien!
Kim Prince
01:31:10
thanks
ALISON MAZER
01:31:38
NYC
ALISON MAZER
01:31:40
xoxo
joni yung
01:32:28
i bought my black-eyed peas, greens, and cornbread from chef marilyn for new year!