Hungry for Conversation: Bannock & Bakes Registration
DATE: POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
TIME: 6 - 9 PM (Doors at 5:30)
LOCATION: Broadway Youth Resource Centre, 2455 Fraser Street (Broadway & Fraser)
Bannock, Bakes, and many other breads are often considered “struggle meals” as they are filling and affordable foods. While celebrated by their hosting cultures, these foods are also stigmatized by others.
Join Check Your Head for an evening of baking, facilitated conversation and snacking! In this interactive, hands-on cooking event, we aim to unpack the similar ways cultures have used food as a tool for resilience and community building in the face of colonization.
This is a Black and Indigenous youth-only event. Black & Indigenous communities face distinct systemic state violence in a colonial settler state like Canada. With the intention of equity, Check Your Head is intentional about supporting Black & Indigenous youth leadership in reclaiming power & space and honouring Black & Indigenous only spaces on their own terms.
What is your name?
What is an email address we can reach you at?
Do you identify as Black, Indigenous or both?
Both Black and Indigenous
No (if no, please do not proceed with registration)
Do you identify as a youth? (We prioritize youth between ages 15 - 25; this means that if you are older than 25 we may ask you to make space for younger youth if registration fills up.)
Yes, between 15 - 25
Yes, between 26 - 30
Yes, younger than 15
Do you have any dietary restrictions or allergies that we should know about? Unfortunately we are not able to accommodate vegan or gluten free restrictions. Both fish and fruit spreads will be available.
Do you have any other accessibility needs?
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