An intentionally diverse table can go a long way to building trust and healing wounds.
This year’s Fabric of Freedom events kick off September 2 at the very place the sit-in movement began: the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, located in the former F.W. Woolworth building.
The subterranean world of the coal miner involves complicated logistics for eating lunch, related to larger trends of labor, the economy, and energy use.
There was laughter, a few tears, and an ocean’s worth of island pride that night.
Rachel is delighted to be back below the Mason-Dixon, where grocery stores carry pimento cheese.
I expected to miss Southern food in my new hometown. I did not expect to spy a funhouse version of it around every corner.
This year, the Appalachian Food Summit explores and honors some of the underrepresented stories of our region by traveling the roads and routes that shaped them.
Chef Kevin Mitchell actively engages with the study of foodways, the preservation of southern ingredients, the history of African American chefs, and food justice with the Slow Food movement.
David Culp, longtime supporter of SFA work and frequent attendee at our events, passed away Friday.