Oldways’ African Heritage & Health Program

Oldways’ African Heritage & Health Program is hosting a pilot community cooking class in 15 locations nationwide. In Austin, TX, the class is instructed by Toni Tipton-Martin, food journalist and founder of SANDE Youth Project and The Jemima Code: Pop-up Exhibit & Book, and Sarah Dwyer, Program Manager for Oldway’s African Heritage & Health Program. I attended one of their classes at the George Washington Carver Museum and had a wonderful time. Toni and Sarah integrate history, education, and cooking in a fun way that is easy to relate to and intriguing to continue. I hope their pilot series develops into a permanent program.

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