FEEST youth-led dinners

FEEST is a weekly, youth-run dinner program that engages young people at Evergreen and Chief Sealth High School on issues of civic and social justice, food security, cultural expression and community development.

What we do

The dinner table is a powerful place of convergence for people of different backgrounds to come together in a common space, build trust, share food and discover new possibilities. We set the table for young people to dialogue about what they experience in their schools and community, think critically about how race and class relate to access to healthy foods, learn about food production and nutrition, and engage in youth-led solution making.

“FEEST has really taught me about how connected everything is. Social justice, environmental justice, these issues are so intertwined that now it seems strange to separate them. I’ve been introduced to a lot of new foods and learned about what certain plants can do for my body that I didn’t know before. I learned about how much I didn’t know I was putting in my body. That really got my attention. Making things organically at FEEST has helped me to think of myself less as a consumer and more as a creator.” – Khatsini, FEEST youth founder

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