Food politics, food + culinary justice: reflecting on the work of Michael W. Twitty and Tina Johnson

I could not ask for a better summation from my Swarthmore experience than this gem from my new friend Miyuki Baker. Isn’t it creative and gorgeous? Love this!@!!!!!

Hey Miyuki!

Michael Twitty Page 1Michael Twitty Page 2Michael Twitty Page 3Michael Twitty Page 4Michael Twitty Page 5Michael Twitty Page 6Michael Twitty Page 7

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About michaelwtwitty

I am a Judaics teacher and Culinary Historian focusing on the foodways of Africa, enslaved African Americans, African America and the African and Jewish diasporas.
This entry was posted in African American Food History, African Food Culture, Diaspora Food Culture, Events and Appearances, Food and Slavery, Food Philosophy at Afroculinaria, The Cooking Gene and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Food politics, food + culinary justice: reflecting on the work of Michael W. Twitty and Tina Johnson

  1. Miyuki Baker says:

    Hurray! Let’s stay in touch. Thanks for reposting and for your fantastic work!

    xx
    Miyuki
    artist::activist::explorer
    estellamiyukibaker.com

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