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Taylor to Speak at Annual St. Norbert College Soul Food Dinner

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From St. Norbert College, February 6, 2015
by Erich Wegenke,, 920-403-3089

Charles ("Chuck") Taylor, professor of education at Edgewood College and president of the consulting firm Roar Enterprises, Inc., will serve as the keynote speaker at St. Norbert College's annual Soul Food Dinner. The dinner, held in celebration of Black History Month, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 5 p.m. in the Michels Commons ballroom on the St. Norbert College campus.
Taylor's career includes a wide variety of accomplishments. He has produced an award-winning documentary and written over a dozen books, both fiction and nonfiction. He has served as a national diversity consultant to businesses, organizations, and colleges across the country. It was Taylor's vision that resulted in the Madison Urban League's multi-million-dollar building and Center for Economic Development. Taylor also founded the AHANA Student Leadership Conference in the 1980s to train Wisconsin high school students of color to become future leaders. The conference lasted over 20 years and trained several thousand Wisconsin students.
St. Norbert College's annual Soul Food dinner brings together students, faculty, staff, and community members to celebrate African-American achievements in scholarship, music, and food. Admission includes a buffet-style dinner featuring traditional African American cuisine, a keynote address, and cultural performances.

The buffet menu of the Soul Food Dinner will include fried Southern chicken, red rice, Southern mac and cheese, collard greens, corn bread, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, and assorted beverages.

Tickets for the event can be purchased from the St. Norbert College Box Office by visiting or calling 920-403-3950. Tickets are $14 for adults and $12 for students and children; children under four get in free. A $2 convenience fee applies to online ticket orders, as well as to exchange or re-print of tickets.

For more information on the Soul Food Dinner and other elements of St. Norbert College's Black History Month celebration, contact Brittany Bell, assistant director of Multicultural Student Services, at, or visit

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