Food Justice with Bryant Terry

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In this interactive talk, Bryant Terry shares how the food we eat directly affects issues such as poverty, sustainability, and structural racism. Bryant fuses food justice and personal history to improve fresh food access in our communities. The keynote is followed by a Q&A, cooking demonstration, and book signing.  

Check out Terry’s works through the library catalog. 

About the Author: Bryant Terry is a chef, food justice activist, and critically acclaimed author fighting for a more just and sustainable food system. Groundbreaking and rich, his work illuminates the intersections between poverty, structural racism, and food insecurity to pave a better path forward. In his new book Black Food, Bryant offers a stunning and deeply heartfelt tribute to Black culinary ingenuity, capturing the broad and divergent voices of the African diaspora in a way that’s never been done before.
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This program was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the California State Library.

The event is a collaboration between the Sonoma County Library, the Sonoma County Black Forum and NAACP of Sonoma County.

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