Christian Davis is the co-founder, with Meymuna Hussein-Cattan, of Flavors from Afar in Los Angeles. As a social enterprise extension of the Tiyya Foundation, Flavors from Afar works with refugees and asylum seekers to create an authentic, rotating menu featuring traditional dishes from around the world. The refugee chefs receive
Event: February 9-10, 2023 | The Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University will host “A Taste of Black Freedom,” a symposium which will explore the history, politics, and knowledges of black foodways in Baltimore, with local chefs, activists, restauranteurs, and scholars. | LEARN MORE.
This is what we're talking about. | From Kayla Stewart via bon appetit / Sisters Gabrielle and Danielle Davenport created and have operated this delicious dreamworld in Brooklyn since 2021. The bookstore stocks cookbooks by Black chefs as well as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and children’s books that are related to food
Event: February 11, 2023 | From the Museum of the African Diaspora / "After his inaugural seven-year tenure as MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence, James Beard award winning chef and author Bryant Terry is passing the torch to his longtime colleague and collaborator Jocelyn Jackson. They worked on the first Diaspora Dinner together back
Illyanna Maisonet shares ingredients to help satisfy the longings for a deeper culinary experience. This is what we're talking about. | Illyanna Maisonet was the United States' first Puerto Rican food columnist for a major newspaper, the San Francisco Chronicle, and sold out pop-up dinners across the San Francisco Bay Area.
The James & Marguerite Hutchins Lecture Series | Event: November 9, 2022 | The Center for the Study of the American South is honored to host a conversation with Psyche Williams-Forson and Tressie McMillan Cottom who will discuss Williams-Forson’s Eating While Black: Food Shaming and Race in America (UNC Press, 2022). This
Event: October 29, 2002 |Get tickets HERE. ABOUT THE MUSEUM "The Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island was established by Native Islander Louise Miller Cohen in 2003. We will participate in various events in the Lowcountry, providing lectures and displays of artifacts. We currently have about seven people and counting
Call for Book Chapters! | My heart is heavy missing @ASALH this year...but my heart is glad to be working with amazing scholars @FarBano and @pwilliamsforson on this collection, TRANSNATIONAL CULINARIANS: WOMEN OF COLOR AND FOOD STUDIES. Deadline July 2023. https://t.co/CqNwKJeZDy Catch y'all next year! https://t.