The new episode will feature hosts Mary J. Blige, Saweetie, and Tabitha Brown with chefs Kelis and Danielle Saunders and dinner guests including Chlöe Bailey, Winnie Harlow, Kelly Rowland, Jackie Aina, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Roxane Gay, Sarah Jakes Roberts, Lynn Whitfield, Yaya DaCosta, Loni Love, Renee Montgomery, Danielle Young, Angelica Ross, Hallease, and Elaine Welteroth. Reporter Amanda Seales will have segments interviewing “Black women and their allies” on the streets of Los Angeles, YouTube says.

YouTube adds that this installment with center “the powerful stories and experiences of Black women, celebrating their perseverance and strength while making space for joy and the power of sisterhood.”

Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women premieres May 19 on the Jubilee YouTube channel.

“Today’s announcement continues YouTube’s long-standing commitment to celebrating diverse perspectives on its platform,“ Nadine Zylstra, global head of YouTube Originals, said in a statement. “Our upcoming projects highlight important stories and raise impactful voices to not only educate and entertain our audiences, but to also inspire meaningful change.”