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Eat Drink Disrupt (EDD) Talks

EDD Talks is a free, invitation-only, BIPOC-Led, 90 minute, clinical and culinary leadership lunch and learn program that focuses on plant-based nutrition education and leadership alliances in support of the mitigation of chronic disease and nutrition access inequities that exist within communities of color. 


Invited corporate and community leadership servicing BIPOC communities, our 90 minute program is spent enjoying well prepared, healthy 100% plant-based vegan food, learning about the clinical and nutritive benefits of plant-based lifestyle from board certified clinical professionals and discussing food access challenges and solutions affecting underserved Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities with subject matter experts.

Held 5 times a year, EDD Talks are held as lead up events to EDD summits and/or in cities experiencing heightened health disproportionality or poor inequitable food access.  

The goal is to educate, inform and build collaborative alliances with invited corporate and community leadership to forward evidence-based health and wellness information among a shared community constituency that experiences systemic food system and healthcare inequities.  


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