diversity

  • Wed
    Jul 01
    7:00 pm -
    8:00 pm
  • Fri
    Jul 03
    7:00 am -
    8:00 am

The Color of Food and Food Talk with Steve Boss

TONIGHT!

PART 1-THE COLOR OF FOOD WITH NATASHA BOWENS

PART 2-FOOD TALK-JOIN HOST STEVE BOSS LIVE 

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Mr. Keelan Dimick is an award winning jazz pianist. Keelan took first place in both the junior and senior divisions at the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival. Mr. Dimick is a graduate of the prestigious Manahattan School of Music and was one of a dozen jazz musicians chosen from around the world to participate in Mission Jazz. Keelan will be performing at FAIRfest on Saturday June 20 at the Sondheim Center of the Performing Arts.

Dr. Randolph Carter is the former Director of Diversity for the National Association of Indpendent Schools. Dr. Carter currently directs the Eastern Education Resource Collaborative in Washington DC. The non-profit advances diversity and multcultural education in pre-K - 12th grade schools, colleges, and community based non-profits. 

John Munro is an assistant professor of History and Political Science at St. Peter's College in Jersey City, NJ. Mr. Munro is a speaker and expert in the field of character education with emphasis on the impact of bullying/harassment in schools and the workplace.

Peggy O'Neill is an advocate for positive living. Having triumphed over many challenges as a business women standing only 3’8” tall, Peggy now soars high on the wings of success. Ms. O'Neil is the author of two books: Walking Tall: Overcoming Inner Smallness, No Mater What Size You Are,  and Little Squarehead, a self-affirming, children’s picture book.