Thurs. September 15, 12 pm EST

Tunde Wey

Dawn Weleski

Jon Rubin


Learn about the power of feasts.

How can food be utilized to make an impactful critique, bring people together, and creatively navigate uncomfortable and sensitive discussions? Watch Dawn Weleski and Jon Rubin (Conflict Kitchen) in conversation with Tunde Wey (From Lagos) as they marinate on food as the message and the medium.

Tunde Wey (From Lagos)

Dawn Weleski and Jon Rubin (Conflict Kitchen)


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