New Canaan-based nonprofit organization Stand Together Against Racism, or S.T.A.R., is holding a special event to cap off Black History Month— Soul•Fête: From Africa to America, A Culinary Tasting Immersion—from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 2 at Carriage Barn Arts Center. We catch up with S.T.A.R. founder, New Canaan resident and proud Kansas City Chiefs mom Fatou Niang about the event, organization, programming and Super Bowl in this exchange. New Canaanite: We last checked in with S.T.A.R. during the very well-attended Juneteenth celebration on the New Canaan Museum & Historical Society’s campus last summer. Catch us up—what have you been doing at S.T.A.R.? Fatou Niang: We’ve been busy.