The Africa Encounter: Uniting the Diaspora Cooking Xperience
A crafted dinner experience that holds space for an honest dialogue on
the anti blackness within the black diaspora.
Date & Time: TBA | Location: Online | Price: $50/person
Inspired by the book title of New York Times bestselling children’s author, Bakari
Sellers’ “Who Are Your People” and the Kwanzaa principle, Umoja The Africa
Encounter: Uniting the Diaspora Cooking Xperience, will pay tribute to the black
diaspora village while strengthening the ties that bind us as people.
Through guided questions and the making of a curated Cameroonian dish, the host will curate an ambiance necessary for an honest conversation on anti-blackness within the black diaspora to move guests to accept and celebrate how blackness shows up in our village and how we are better for our diversity.
Who should attend this encounter:
● Those of African origin living outside the continent and within the United States
● Those desiring a space to explore their African heritage
● Those looking to discuss essential topics unique to the black diaspora
● Those looking forward to enjoying an evening of #BlackGirlMagic and #BlackBoyJoy
What to expect:
● Recipe and grocery list for the evening’s dish
● A zoom link to the evening’s experience
● A 1.5 hr. culturally immersive experience including song, storytelling, and guided
● Connections with blacks from a range of cultures and countries with an emphasis on Cameroon culture and history
*Please note 10% of revenue generated from this experience will be donated to a
worthy cause working to unite the black diaspora.