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There is still time to register for our Cooking Up Justice program!
Cooking Up Justice is a cooking class for teens in grades 9-12 who will learn food preparation, kitchen and food safety, and apply this knowledge to make a variety of healthy meals. Each teen will be given a kitchen kit with basic cooking utensils. The best part is each week teens will be provided with the recipe and necessary food supplies to make the recipe at home that week!
We will also have discussions and activities about gender-based violence, healthy relationships, gender equality, boundaries, consent, and much more.
At the end of the program, we hope to have a community dinner to invite community leaders (like city councilors, and other politicians) to hear from teens on ways to improve conditions of gender-based violence/gender equality and the food insecurity that is happening in our community.
If this sounds like something you may enjoy please fill out our expression of interest form! Somebody will reach out to you with more information and to ensure any barriers that may be present are taken care of.
Express interest to Participate in the Cooking-up Justice Program
UPDATE: The current session is full. Complete the the Expression of Interest Form if you want to be contacted for future sessions.
For further information or if you have any questions, contact Jamie Babcock at Info@nbsocialpediatrics.com.
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