Enriched with the ingredients and dishes of our ancestors, the entire NUSL community gathers in the Commons to enjoy the fruits and entrees of the annual Kemet Chapter Potluck. With foods from all facets of Black culture including Southern and West Indian dishes, the Potluck is a time to share our favorite foods with the entire NUSL community.
Due to the unique features of NUSL’s Cooperative Education Program, the Potluck is run entirely by first-year students. Held in early November, the potluck has been a successful way for the Kemet Chapter to raise funds since its inception many, many years ago. The Potluck provides a time for bonding with one-another as Kemet Chapter members exchange recipes, prepare dishes together and enjoy each other’s company while serving food to our colleagues and taking a break from the rigors of law school. The Kemet Chapter is not the only organization to hold an annual Potluck. Each of the ALSA’s holds their own potluck and we strongly encourage Kemet members to support their fellow students of color by attending the potluck celebrations.