Event: THE HISTORY IS ON THE PLATE: DECONSTRUCTING AFRICAN AMERICAN FOOD HISTORY .
Organizer: LEWIS GINTER BOTANIC GARDEN .
Speakers: Jessica B. Harris.
Tickets: Free$10 (concessions may apply).
Date: Feb 23rd 7:00pm Eastern Time (USA). Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Feb 23rd 4:00pm | ET: Feb 23rd 7:00pm.
Europe - UK: Feb 24th 12:00am | CET: Feb 24th 1:00am.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Feb 24th 8:00am | AET: Feb 24th 11:00am.
"Beginning with a traditional African American plate, this presentation will focus on eight plants important to African American cuisine: rice, corn, peanuts, okra, watermelon, chili peppers, leafy greens, and sweet potatoes. Using traditional stories, illustrations, and history, Dr. Harris will discuss their connections to and importance in African American history and culture..."
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND CREDITS
Lewis Ginter Botanic Garden