Cook and Learn in the Decolonized Kitchen, April 15 in Oakland


Come to the Decolonized Kitchen, a gathering for learning about Indigenous foodways, ethnobotany, and cooking with environmental educator Maribel Garcia. In this hour of connection and reclamation, you’ll learn about our native plant relatives as you enjoy a discussion, presentation, and cook-along, where everyone can share their insights, stories, and wisdom with others. Maribel Garcia resides on Ohlone lands in Oakland with Purepecha roots in Michoacan, Mexico. Through her workshops, she invites others to build upon their personal and cultural connections to plants and commit to being good guests on the lands we live on. Continue learning by following @nativeplantitas on Instagram.

The Decolonized Kitchen
Saturday, April 15, 11am–noon
Dimond Branch Library
3565 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland
Info: 510.482.7844

The event is held in Dimond Park, but the group meets at the library and walks to the park together.