WFU Global Food Committee (GFC)*  and the Food Collaboration Committee (FCC) are excited to share that the global food tabling station will be celebrating Black History Month. This annual observance is dedicated to recognizing and honoring the central role Black individuals and communities have played throughout history. Black History Month serves as an opportunity for people to learn about and appreciate the diverse history and contributions of Black individuals and to foster a greater understanding of the ongoing challenges and systemic issues that affect the Black community.

Join us Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Pit for the Black History Month tabling session. WFU Black Student Alliance (BSA)  is sponsoring/hosting.

If you would like to volunteer to serve the food or help explain Black History Month to those who come to the GFTS table, please reach out to Janeel Black at See you at the table! 

*The GFC is a collaborative effort across WFU. The committees are comprised of students, faculty, and staff throughout the Office of the Chaplain, the (FCC), Deacon Dining, Hospitality & Auxiliary Services, and twenty other offices/departments/student groups across campus.

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