Black History Today: Chef Ariel Bangs, feeding her community during crisis and beyond

by Amanda Williams

(Black History Today is published in collaboration with Rise Up for Students.) 


“Healing begins where the wound was made.”
-Alice Walker

Over the ten years that I’ve worked with families, there’s always been a need to keep free food around. For the summer camper who has forgotten their lunch, for the families in need of assistance over weekends and summers, we keep food pantries full of instant mac and cheese and dehydrated soups. Canned, convenient,…

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