I’m quoted in this great New York Times article on why African Americans eat black-eyed peas and greens on New Year’s Day. As a bonus, my rendition of mustard and turnip greens with smoked turkey and I were photographed for this article. I’m also quoted in this Washington Post article on black-eyed peas and New […]
The Association for the Study of Food and Society’s fellowship for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color is geared to young, emerging, or early career scholars, activists, and practitioners in foodways and food studies. The application is simple, and the deadline for applications is January 15, 2022.
The Southern Foodways Alliance seeks oral history collaborators with fresh ideas for the Southern Barbecue Trail. We seek stories that expand our oral history archive of over 70 interviews. We seek collaborators to document the vibrant and evolving barbecue landscape. These oral histories should expand our understanding of barbecue to highlight the diversity of barbecue […]
Below, you’ll find the press release for an exciting new project that I’m doing. PROCLAIMING COLORADO’S BLACK HISTORY will present a comprehensive celebration of the Black experience in the Centennial state. The exhibit is scheduled to open September 2023. THE MUSEUM OF BOULDER at Tebo Center Presents: PROCLAIMING COLORADO’S BLACK HISTORY Institute of Museum and […]