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From left, Raphael Wright, Ederique Goudia and Jermond Booze are the team behind Taste the Diaspora. The initiative celebrates and supports Black chefs and food makers in Detroit. Valaurian Waller/V.W. Photography hide caption

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Food

How Detroit Chefs Are Feeding Those In Need

Food insecurity was already high in Detroit before the pandemic; now it's increased. Ederique Goudia and Raphael Wright are among those trying to help.

From left, Raphael Wright, Ederique Goudia and Jermond Booze are the team behind Taste the Diaspora. The initiative celebrates and supports Black chefs and food makers in Detroit. Valaurian Waller/V.W. Photography hide caption

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How Detroit Chefs Are Feeding Those In Need

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Rev. Rodrick Burton has been discussing the importance of vaccines during Bible Study and Sunday Services at his predominantly Black church. Andrea Henderson/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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St. Louis Pastors Encourage Black Congregations To Get Vaccinated

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