Can something as simple as sharing a meal with strangers help build community that is rooted in love, compassion, and empathy? Can face to face connection, creating safe space for conversation and dialogue among strangers reinforce our common humanity and inextricable human connection? Tina L. Singleton founder of Transformation Table, a mission based company that brings strangers together at the dinner table, shares her amazing story of how how a vegetable garden planted in a war zone led her to hosting community dinners in Charleston, SC after the tragic massacre at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina and is now leading a movement that creates community and connection in a whole new way.
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Tina L. Singleton
Tina L. Singleton is the founder of Transformation Table, a mission-based company in Charleston, SC that creates space among strangers around the dinner table. In the i...Find out more »