YWCA’s Potluck for Peace Community Cookbook

It’s not uncommon for cultures to use food as a means to further define who they are. Throughout the month of February — Black History Month — we ask our community to contribute recipes that show the rich representation of Black culture through food.

The Community Cookbook will be a collection of recipes from locals; creating a tangible item that will hold history, culture, inspiration, diversity, and delicious food! This heirloom will give you a peek into the way people live, cook, and eat — a time capsule for generations to come!

Submit Your Recipe Here

Racial Justice and the ‘RONA, Potluck for Peace, Youth Edition

Potluck for Peace is an effort to impact peaceful change in the community through food, fellowship, and enriching dialogue. By combining a wide variety of community members, we hope to create a powerful conversation about change, acceptance, and awareness. Potlucks are held quarterly.

July 2020 we heard from community youth leaders who discussed the impact of the coronavirus on their lives. They talked about racial justice, equity, and moving forward together. Watch here: