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WANDA Hosts Recipe for Change Film Screening and Conversation

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WASHINGTON, DC - Women Advancing Nutrition Dietetics and Agriculture (WANDA) is partnering with Springhill Company, Picture Motion, and Door Dash to host a virtual Sisterhood Supper with Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women on Sunday, August 14th at 5:30pm ET.


Recipe for Change is a groundbreaking series produced by LeBron James’ the SpringHill Company for YouTube Originals. Each episode of Recipe for Change centers around the stories of a different community, celebrating their traditions, identity, and experiences and discussing how we can all stand up to hate and racism. "We were thrilled with the opportunity to partner on this much-needed project that's in alignment with our Sisterhood Supper series," says Tambra Raye Stevenson, founder/CEO of WANDA. "Like the media series Recipe for Change, our Sisterhood Supper celebrates the stories of Black women specifically related to food and self-care while building a community for collective action."


"On behalf of Picture Motion and our partners at The SpringHill Company and YouTube Originals, we are thrilled to partner with WANDA to celebrate the stories of Black Women through this series. WANDA's initiatives like Sisterhood Supper are perfectly aligned with the third installment of the series, Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women —and its impact campaign!"


DoorDash's mission to empower local economies means empowering the communities that underpin them,” said Darrell Davis, Public Engagement Manager at DoorDash. “DoorDash is proud to partner with WANDA's Sisterhood Supper and support Black women committed to expanding access to nutritious food in our communities.”

The third episode of this series, Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women, celebrates the stories, traditions, identities, and experiences of Black women through three distinct dinners hosted by Mary J. Blige, Saweetie, and Tabitha Brown. Each table brings together powerful women to discuss important and timely topics such as codeswitching, colorism, misconceptions, mental health, and lived experiences. The ladies engage in heartfelt conversations while dining on delicious foods from renowned Chefs, including Kelis, Danielle Saunders, and Tabitha Brown's very own restaurant. The celebration of Black womanhood and the sharing of personal stories makes this a dinner that you don’t want to miss.

On Sunday, August 6th at 6:00 pm ET join WANDA (@_iamwandaorg) and Vegan Pop Eats (@veganpopeats) on Instagram Live to chat about how are we creating recipes for food policy change as Black women with the upcoming White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health slated for September. Then join us on Sunday, August 14th at 5:30pm ET we will be hosting a virtual Sisterhood Supper with a film screening of Recipe For Change: Amplifying Black Women, followed by a conversation where we will discuss the film and talk about how we can mobilize to champion for better food and nutrition resources in our communities. Also we will invite you to upcoming WANDA programs with our partners like Whole 30 and how to contribute to the Sisterhood Supper Community Cookbook project. To RSVP for the virtual Sisterhood Supper, please visit iamwanda.org/sisterhoodsupper


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About WANDA

Founded on International Women’s Day in 2016, Women Advancing Nutrition, Dietetics and Agriculture (WANDA) is on a mission to build a movement of 1 million women and girls of African descent to lead as food sheroes through education, advocacy, and innovation. Based in Washington, DC WANDA is a Black women-led social justice 501c3 nonprofit organization composed of women leaders, advocates and entrepreneurs working to strengthen our families, communities, and economies by transforming our food system. We transform our lives and our families through #foodfortheculture. Learn more at http://iamwanda.org.


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