Spring 2019
Spring Greetings!
Looking for A Taste of African Heritage classes near you? Check out our class directory to find out when we are coming to your city or town...or sign up to teach a class of your own!
A Taste of African Heritage Updates
Photo : Students come together to make Spicy Chickpeas at a recent class sponsored by the American Heart Association.
Now Licensing ATOAH

As many of you are aware, our Walmart Foundation Grant cycle was completed in 2018, and we have since undergone some changes with how we deliver our curriculum, in order to become more financially sustainable.

In 2019 we have moved to the next phase of our heritage diet programming and are licensing the program on an annual basis. This means that digital copies of the curriculum will only be made available to organizations who purchase an annual license. (A limited number of free scholarship licenses are also available.) Alternatively, the curriculum can also be purchased in the webstore. We greatly appreciate your continued enthusiasm and support as we embark on this next chapter.

To learn more about these changes, and how to bring ATOAH or ACTOAH to your community, please visit this webpage or contact Kelly@oldwayspt.org
NEW Aprons Now Available

Back by popular demand, we are pleased to release our newest aprons. The eye-catching purple aprons feature the Oldways logo and a Sankofa, which is a symbol of using the past to guide us as we move forward. Available for $19.99 in our online store.
Black History Month Recap

Thank you to everyone who celebrated Black History Month and African Heritage and Health week with us! During the month of February, we had classes running in Texas, Missouri, Ohio, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Louisiana, California, Georgia, Michigan, and Florida.

In coordination with Black History Month and National Heart Health Month, Oldways and the American Heart Association also debuted a new infographic called 7 African Heritage Inspired Tips for Heart Health.
Oldways African Heritage Recipe 

Try this heart-warming dairy-free soup from ATOAH instructor Vicki Mines featuring both butternut and acorn squash and the gentle tingle of fresh ginger. 

Kelly Toups
Oldways Director of Nutrition