Bryant Terry

Stirring Up Food Justice with Bryant Terry

Bryant Terry, an award-winning chef, educator, and author will share his insights on providing healthy food choices for all while cooking up some Afro-Vegan cuisine.

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7:30pm
Jefferson School Carver Rec. Multi-Purpose Room

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Newcomb Hall Theater

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