A celebration hosted by BIPOC Foodways Alliance!

The BIPOC Foodways Alliance is a new non-profit aimed at dismantling white supremacy through cross-cultural sharing.

Glass House was honored to host their launch event which included a mouthwatering menu from Sean Sherman and Mecca Bos, entertainment by Cornbread Harris and DJ Sci-Fi, and vibes and cocktails all by Glass House.

If you missed this fundraising launch event and still want to donate reach out to to set up an individual gift❣️✨

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Why BIPOC? We are stronger together; when all BIPOC people and their allies join forces, white supremacy loses. 

About the BIPOC Foodways Alliance: Everyone has a food story, but not everyone has a restaurant. The BIPOC Foodways Alliance aims to preserve, protect, and uplift food stories from the vast diaspora of BIPOC people in the U.S. and around the world through our Table program. Our goal is to increase cross-cultural understanding—so that BIPOC people, and white people alike—stop siloing, and instead support one another’s customs and efforts.

About the BIPOC Foodways Alliance Table: In 2023 we're launching a shared tablespace to tell the unheard and underrepresented food stories of our co-hosts - women of color, elders, immigrant communities, and other often overlooked individuals who hold deep culinary knowledge and wisdom.We will co-host monthly Table events, inviting 12 individuals to learn about one another via the powerful tool of food. We need your help to cover the costs of hosting monthly BIPOC Foodways Alliance Table events and to capture the stories to be shared with the world through photos, written word, film, and more. 

Reach out to with any questions, or to set up a larger donation.