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'When you're in touch with your cuisine, you touch a deeper part of yourself'

Dec 13, 2017

On a quiet side street in Kent sits the Ubuntu Street Cafe. Ubuntu, which means humanity toward others, is the brainchild of Veena Prasad, executive director of Project Feast. 

The nonprofit empowers refugees and immigrants by teaching them cooking skills. They make dishes from their home countries and serve them at the cafe.

KUOW's Katherine Banwell visited the cafe and has this audio postcard.