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UDC BLSA Holds 2nd Annual Taste of Black DC

Thursday, November 23, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Erin Looney
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Photo of one Taste of Black DC participant feeding another On October 21, nearly a dozen restaurants and caterers gathered to showcase their flavors as part of UDC Law Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Taste of Black DC. The event, held at the Dance Institute of Washington, drew over 100 guests and raised money for BLSA’s programs throughout the year, including regional mock trial competitions, the alumni jazz brunch, and “Know Your Rights” training for D.C. Public Schools.

The 2nd Annual Taste of Black DC also featured music and poetry from local artists, and attendees received a goodie bag filled with donated items from local organizations and UDC Law as well as a Taste of Black DC Business Directory.

Photo of Taste of Black DC DessertsAccording to BLSA President Renee Mims, Taste of Black DC “allowed black chefs, restaurateurs, and business owners an opportunity to showcase their talents within the community while engaging in collective economics.” Bringing these community members together in this setting, Mims added, was BLSA’s way of creating a “legacy (that) will remain and grow over time to reach wider audiences. BLSA is not only focused on developing social engineers, but building community ties.”

Read more about the event in this Washington Informer article.

Photo of Taste of Black DC BLSA participants


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