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

  1. 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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