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AAPI Community and Allies are Dining Together in "Recipe For Change"

Posted By: Danielle Domingo
Post Date: July 5, 2021

Recipe For Change is a special conversation about the AAPI culture with their allies joining together to bring change. According to USA Today, Recipe for Change premiered on the Jubilee YouTube channel. It brings together celebrities, chefs, activists and allies to pay tribute to Asian and Pacific Islander culture and discuss the challenges faced by the community, including an uptick in acts of violence. The special is produced by LeBron James' SpringHill Company. 

Recipe for Change
Photo Credit Springhill Company Facebook

Food is an important aspect in the AAPI culture where stories are shared. The star-studded dinners include conversations from figure skater Michelle Kwan, comedian Hasan Minhaj and filmmaker Eugene Lee Yang have teamed up with chefs Jet Tila, Alvin Cailan and Melissa King to host a dinner for comic Margaret Cho. Also joining the dinner table is author Jay Shetty, actors Auli’i Cravalho, BD Wong, Sophia Bush, Asia Jackson, Simu Liu Ross Butler and Brandon Flynn; journalist Lisa Ling; gymnast Katelyn Ohashi; civil rights activist Amanda Nguyen; president and CEO of Time's Up Now Tina Tchen; and Jubilee Media founder Jason Y. Lee.

Cover Photo Credit: Springhill Company Facebook

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