Community, History and Growth
As the hospitality industry responds to its contemporary growth, it is equally as imperative that we encourage the recognition of our past - those histories and contributions that have been marginalized or left untold, specifically those of people of color.
Seminars, ‘Experientials’ & Cocktail parties!
Over the course of the two main event days, participants will attend a combination of educational seminars, experiential and cocktail events.
Each seminar is a symposium-style discussion lead by a variety of industry professionals, writers, historians and community leaders. Our experiential programming is meant to inspire community with more hands-on orientated curriculum. Cocktail events offer time to celebrate our community and appreciate our partnerships!
Dinner, drinks & Discussion
Resistance Served evenings are accompanied by Dinner Series meant to serve as a more intimate forum hosted by leading chefs, sommeliers, and beverage directors.
Each Dinner Series is hosted by a chef that occupies a variety of intersectional identities - chef, minority, historian, performance artists, beverage innovator, queer, educator, writer, community worker - identities that influence their work both inside and outside of the restaurant environment.
Attendees will not only partake in some delicious food, but also have the opportunity to witness a unique expression of cuisine, art and culture.
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Sunday, February 2nd |Opening Half-Day
Opening Kickback | 12pm - 6pm
Honeysuckle Dinner with Chef Omar Tate | 6pm - 9:30pm
Monday, February 3rd |Symposium Day
Symposium Events | 8am - 6pm
RadXC Collaboration Cocktail Pop-up |9pm -1am
Tuesday, February 4th|Experiential Day
Experiential Events | 8am - 6pm
Wednesday, February 5th|Workshop Day
Workshop Events | 9am - 3pm
Dinner Event (tickets not yet available)
RadXC Closing Party | 10pm - 2am