UW-Superior Brings Community Together with Soul Food

Updated: February 25, 2018 04:30 PM

Students at the University Wisconsin-Superior offered the community a great chance to get together and eat some delicious soul food, Saturday evening.

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The Black Student Union Organization held their popular Soul Food Dinner, which paired perfectly with the music and other fun at the event that included Speakers Kishia Christopher and Sonia Smith.

D'Andre Robinson says "our board members allow us to celebrate this university and this campus and provide something for our students and organizations and community members."

Frankie Soto, who was named the 2016 Multicultural Spoken Word Poet of the Year, hosted the event and shared some of his poetry with the audience.



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