In honor of Black History Month, University Recreation, Multicultural Student Affairs and University Dining will host Food for the Soul, 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in the Talley Piedmont Ballroom. The event will focus on the the top health concerns among African Americans and the effects of cultural influences on the soul food diet. Participants will sample and learn to make a healthy soul food recipe. View an information flyer.
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