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Chefs From Di An Di, Nom Wah, Contra, Kopitiam, & More Are Teaching Cooking Classes To Fight Voter Suppression

PHOTO: Kim Bost & Harry Trinh

The owner of King in Soho, Annie Shi, and an online cooking platform called Kitchen Rodeo founded a new 10-part series called Cooking For Equity - Asian Chefs For Black Lives. They’ve mapped out a schedule of online cooking classes through the end of July, each hosted by a different Asian chef or cookbook author (most of whom are New York-based). All of the proceeds from each class will be split between a cause of the chef’s choosing and Stacey Abrams’ non-profit Fair Fight, which works to reform voter suppression and ensure fair elections around the country.

You can find the weekly schedule of hosts (which includes Dennis Ngo from Di An Di, Natasha Pickowicz, Moonlynn Tsai from Kopitiam, Wilson Tang from Nom Wah and Jeremiah Stone from Contra and more) and sign up for updates here.

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