Amanda Seales Asks Folks 'What Does It Mean To Show Up For Black Women In 2022?' In 'Recipe For Change'
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Amanda Seales Asks Folks 'What Does It Mean To Show Up For Black Women In 2022?' In 'Recipe For Change'

Following the success of the Daytime Emmy-nominated Recipe for Change: Stop Asian Hate, and the recently released second installment Recipe for Change: Standing Up To Antisemitism, YouTube is setting up to drop Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women.

The latest special will center around “the powerful stories and experiences of Black women, celebrating their perseverance and strength while making space for joy and the power of sisterhood.”

The special episode features many star-studded women entertainers and change-makers

Musicians Mary J. Blige and Saweetie and social media personality Tabitha Brown will serve as the hosts of this special episode. Esteemed chefs Kelis and Danielle Saunders will host several famous dinner guests including Chlöe Bailey, Winnie Harlow, Kelly Rowland, Jackie Aina, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Roxane Gay, Sarah Jakes Roberts, Lynn Whitfield, Yaya DaCosta, Loni Love, Renee Montgomery, Danielle Young, Angelica Ross, Hallease and Elaine Welteroth.

Amanda Seales also joins the special episode as an on-the-street reporter, speaking with Black women and their allies on the streets of Los Angeles.

Recipe For Change: Amplifying Black Women is executive produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter with their media conglomerate The SpringHill Company. Showrunner Joel Relampagos, Jamal Henderson, and Philip Byron of The SpringHill Company serve as executive producers.

Check out an exclusive clip for 'Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women':

“Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women” premieres May 19 on Jason Y. Lee’s Jubilee YouTube Channel.

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