Black History Month; African Women, Food & Power by Betty Vandy

Friday 22 October 2021

Join Betty as she explores the dynamic arena of African women, food and power in Africa and across the diaspora.

 

Land ownership, farming and the politics of food and who is truly representing it will be at the heart of this discussion. Are women across other cultures affected in the same way?

Come and be part of this important discussion.

This event is free/by donation

Betty Vandy of Bettylicious Cooks and social enterprise, Gather at the Table, is a plant-based chef, published author/writer, African food activist and long-time collaborator of food & arts community organisation Squash.

As part of Black History Month 2021, Squash are excited to invite Betty to share her experience of her recent travel adventures across Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Ivory Coast & Sierra Leone, exploring West African food and flavours based on her 18 months spent there. Come and join her in person and on-line through cook-a-longs and discussions.

More info on Betty’s work via instagram @bettyliciouscooks and @gatherathetablewrldDirect enquiries: bettyliciouscooks@gmail.com

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