Sacramento's 3 Black Chefs Put Their Money Where The People's Mouths Were

The trio donated thousands of free meals at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis.

By Michael P Coleman

It’s one thing to put your money where your mouth is. It’s another to put it where someone else’s mouth is.

That was the model for Berry Accius and his business partners Michael Harris and Willis Webster, all of Sacramento, at the dawn of coronavirus shelter-in-place orders, last spring. They decided to offer free pop up dinners on Thursday and Friday nights, to as many people as they could feed. I heard about the trio recently, and had to talk with the guys.

Read freelance writer MPC’s full feature.

Michael P Coleman is a freelance writer who, as a kid, talked to strangers and got punished. Today, he talks to strangers and gets published.  Follow his blog, his IG and his Twitter

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