FoodSpark presents Black Summer, its second dinner party series of 2019 which creates food-centered spaces for residents of St. Louis to discuss topics of black struggle and liberation. From a barbecue potluck to book discussions and its signature crowdfunding dinner party, FoodSpark will bring community members together in conversation around how historic events like Juneteenth, the 1949 Fairground Park pool race riots, and the 2014 uprising in Ferguson affects us today.
This series is co-organized with Young Friends of The Ville, The Griot Museum of Black History, Great Rivers Greenways, and the Missouri Historical Society.
Events for this Series
Ideas Sparked by the Community
Presenters for The Spark will be announced in August 2019.
Tools, Recipes, and More
This FoodSpark series is co-organized in partnership with:
Young Friends of The Ville,
The Griot Museum of Black History
Great Rivers Greenway, and
Missouri Historical Society
Stay tuned as we announce sponsors for this series.
If you would like to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive information.
Spark Microgrant Sponsors
Sponsors for The Spark will be announced in August 2019.