RALEIGH, N.C. -- Communities across the state continue to honor Black History Month this February. And the Town of Selma is filling our stomachs and our minds through a unique celebration. 

  • We sat down with Melissa Dooley of the Town of Selma for a look at how it's teaching history for people of all ages, while sharing an important and significant meal
  • If you would like to attend the Town of Selma’s Soul Food Feast, it is free to attend
  • It takes place on Saturday, February 23, at the Harrison Alumni Center on Noble Street at 11 a.m.

For the second year, Selma is hosting the Soul Food Feast on Saturday. We sat down with Melissa Dooley of the Town of Selma, for a look at how it's teaching history for people of all ages, while sharing an important and significant meal.

If you would like to attend the Town of Selma’s Soul Food Feast, it is free to attend. It takes place on Saturday, February 23, at the Harrison Alumni Center on Noble Street at 11 a.m.

For more information visit their website.  

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