LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s SpringHill has announced an all-new installment of the groundbreaking original series Recipe for Change. Throughout the series, celebrities, chefs, activists and creators gather around the dinner table for important conversations. Recipe for Change: Celebrating Black Men, celebrates the identities and experiences of Black men. It premieres on Tuesday, May 2 on SpringHill YouTube Channel at 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET.
Hosts Joey Bada$$, KevOnStage and Bubba Wallace and chefs Kwame Onwuachi, JJ Johnson and Richard Ingraham host dinner guests including Bob The Drag Queen, Lil Rel Howery, Daniel Ezra, Marcus Scribner, Kendrick Sampson, Charles D. King, Everette Taylor, DeRay Mckesson, Beleaf In Fatherhood and Jay Barnett. The men discuss an array of topics, including mental health, stereotypes, prejudice and racism, how to receive love and so much more. Wild N’ Out standout Karlous Miller also joins the special episode as an on-the-street reporter where he speaks with Black men and their allies.
The special marks the fourth in the series and follows the success of the Daytime Emmy Nominated preludes Recipe for Change: Stop Asian Hate, the Daytime Emmy-nominated Recipe for Change: Standing Up To Antisemitism, and the recently released installment Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women.
Watch the trailer below: