Soul Food Sunday — Dinner and Movie
Come enjoy an evening of soul food and “Soul Food.” Soul food is a term used for a type of cuisine traditionally prepared and eaten by African-Americans of the Southern United States. “Soul Food,” a 1997 comedy-drama film starring Vanessa Williams, Vivica A. Fox and Mekhi Phifer, is about traditions that hold families together, and what happens when those traditions are interrupted.
About the Diversity Celebration
The Diversity Celebration features a wide array of local and international music, eclectic dancing, delectable food, and imaginative crafts. Appalachian students, faculty, staff, K-12 schools, and members of the local community are all invited to join us in this celebration of cultures through art and entertainment.
The Diversity Celebration supports and enhances Appalachian State University's mission of "accepting the responsibility to be actively involved in addressing the educational, economic, cultural, and societal needs of the changing region, state, nation, and world," by providing a venue where diverse perspectives, cultures and values are accepted, appreciated and celebrated.