Black Girl Back Talk Hosts Clean-Eating Session
What’s eating us and what are we eating?
What is troubling us, grinding down on our last nerves, gnawing away at our emotions? Why do we bite off more than we can chew? When we don’t speak up for ourselves, what are we stuffing and swallowing? What are we putting into our bodies as a way of feeding a deep and wide hunger that is seated in the soul?
The Black Girl Back Talk podcast will have a nourishing conversation to explore how society often uses food as a survival strategy – as a simple act of self-preservation in response to injustices, including racism, sexism, police violence, homophobia, and other “isms” including relationships, financial issues, abuse, chronic stress, and much more.
This amazing session will feature a special guest, Kimari Young, a holistic health practitioner and plant-based chef. She’ll share some backtalk about racial and gender bias she’s experienced and highlights from her journey toward a healthy lifestyle. Soul food will be shown in a new light as she shares tips, tools, and approaches for enjoying real food that’s good for the body, mind and spirit. Some participants will get a sampling of a delectable dish she’ll prepare!
Don’t miss this delicious conversation that will leave you hungry for more!
Click here to join the special event with Black Girl Back Talk on October 20, 2021, from 6-8 p.m.