Jesebel shares her experience of being a Filipina immigrant entrepreneur and creating a family legacy through her business.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we have spent March 2021 in conversation with people who are making women’s history right now: our community of members, supporters, and staff. As part of our work to shape women’s history for future generations at this historic moment, we asked the Hot Bread Kitchen community what women’s history […]
On International Women’s Day, do more than celebrate women’s history—shape it. Support our 2021 Women’s History Month campaign. “I have impacted women’s history by changing the trajectory of my own life.” Onasia, Hot Bread Kitchen workforce member Last March, at the start of Women’s History Month, we had no idea how much women’s history was […]
Few chefs capture the variety and singularity of African diasporic cuisines as deftly as Chef Lexis Gonzalez, founder and owner of Lady Lexis Sweets, an East Harlem-based business making sweet and savory foods. Chef Lexis’s Boricua-Geechee dishes are not only a reflection of her family’s roots in Puerto Rico and the low country of the […]
CORNBREAD26’s Claude & Craig on empowerment through entrepreneurship, love, and community.
Dear Hot Bread Kitchen Community, At the end of an unprecedented year, we find ourselves in a historic moment that has made clear what we’ve always known: women of color are the backbone of our democracy, our economy, and our communities. As essential workers in food, healthcare, and childcare; as mothers, grandmas, sisters, and aunties; […]