“Shabbat is a time to engage in a deep knowing that we are enough – that we were born that way, and that if we never did another thing we would still be precious, loved and valuable beyond measure… ” – Yavilah McCoy
Guests can purchase a table (up to six guests) for their own pod, or sit at a community table to make new friends (register soon – we can only honor GF and vegan dietary preferences submitted by Monday, September 12th)!
Because this event is centered around a meal, we are requiring that all guests be fully vaccinated and show proof upon entry (either virtual QR code or the physical card in-hand). We also encourage our guests to get boosted. We are capping the event at 40 guests.
- Appetizers: Cinnamon Swirl Peach Challah with honey butter + Corn-Meal Crusted Fried Green Tomatoes with paprika horseradish aioli, Hearty microgreens salad, spicy vinaigrette
- Main: Grits with Jackfruit “Crab”cakes – topped with roasted okra, local greens braised in apple cider vinegar and cajun spice, roasted tomato, spring onion
- Dessert: Utterly Deadly Pecan Pie with coconut whip cream
Limited seats available. Please reach out to Paige (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would be interested in attending the event.
Meet Our Speaker:
Yavilah McCoy is the CEO of the Diversity consulting group DIMENSIONS Inc. Through Dimensions, Yavilah services an international portfolio of clients in the areas of Education, Philanthropy, and Social Justice. As an anti-racism activist with an international platform, Yavilah provides training and consulting to numerous social justice projects that span multiple identities and communities. Yavilah is a pioneer of the Jewish diversity and equity movement and is an advocate and mentor for the empowerment of a transglobal community of Jews of Color. Yavilah is a renowned national speaker, educator, and spiritual practitioner. In celebration of the musical traditions passed down to her from three generations of her African-American Jewish family, she is also the writer, producer and performer of the Jewish Gospel theatrical production “The Colors of Water.”