In celebration of Black History Month the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Multicultural Student Organization invite you to an evening of art, education, music, and food at our 1st annual Soul Food Dinner! Prepared by LeChristopher's Southern Cuisine staff, the dinner will include your choice of a homemade entrée, sides, desserts, and a drink. The event will also feature a live painting by former Hawkeye student Benjamin Smith of Eye-Odine and a lesson on the contributions of the African Diaspora to Southern Cuisine presented by Rev. Abraham Funchess, Executive Director of the Waterloo Human Rights Commission.
First 60 tickets are free to Hawkeye students with ID and can be picked up in advance at the Brock Student Center.
Faculty, staff, and community members can purchase tickets in advance for $15 or 2 for $25 from Rhonda McRina.
All proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the Multicultural Student Organization’s Project Provisions to benefit our food-insecure students.
Need a Ride?
Need a ride to the dinner? Students may sign up at the Brock Student Center and meet at Hawkeye at 5:15pm. Seating is limited so sign up today!
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