Sabrina Medora is channeling “negative feelings into something positive and meaningful” as she and 17 San Diego’s best chefs create awareness with Chefs Unite To Embrace Race Project.

In recent discuss and experience of racial discrimination going on in the United States. Renowned food writer, Sabrina Medora is said to be channeling her “negative feelings into something positive and meaningful” as she

embarks on a project Chefs Unite To Embrace Race.

The idea is to bring together 17 of San Diego’s best chefs to work together, donate their time and talents to raise funds and awareness for @embracerace, an organization dedicated to supporting parents in their quest to raise children who are brave, informed and thoughtful about race. Sabrina disclosed in an instagram post.

Chefs Unite To Embrace Race is a “month-long dinner series” a medium where Sabrina is hoping “can provide a space of joy and discovery, an opportunity to break down barriers and break some bread together. It’s amazing what we can achieve when we approach things with positivity, respect, and a thirst for productive change.”

The seventeen chefs featured on the project include:

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Philip Esteban
Cesarina Mezzoni
Brian Redzikowski
Rick Sweeney
Tara Luansing Monsod
Brad Wise
Kelli Crosson
Matt Richman
Claudette Zepeda
Jason Mcleod
Danny Lee
Eric Brannon
Kenzo Inai
Kaci Goff
Jonathan Bautista
Jojo Ruiz
Pietro Gallo

MCZ gathered that, the Chefs Unite Embrace Race month-long dinner series is expected to start in the month of May.


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