MARCH 3-10, 2019 • RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

RICHMOND BLACK
RESTAURANT EXPERIENCE

WHERE CULTURE MEETS CUISINE

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OUR NON-PROFIT PARTNER

FOOD JUSTICE

En otras noticias: Food Justice Corridor partner, Mary G. Brown Transition Center, is this year's beneficiary of Richmond Black Restaurant Experience 2019.

The reentry organization was founded by Lynetta Thompson who chairs the Community Unity In Action Civil Rights Committee. She is active in the Poor People's Campaign and many prison reform efforts. Lynetta was also instrumental in crafting the federal civil rights complaint against RPS that has been the basis for reform of disciplinary practices that disproportionately impact Black students.

This year when we dine we will be supporting community-based efforts to address the needs of returning citizens and further Food Justice Corridor's mission to address health and economic inequality..

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