In conversation with poet Kevin Young, artist Jonathan Green discusses black bootlegging and its disappearance from the public imagination.
Michael Twitty speaks on the genealogy and mythology of corn among black and native American peoples in early America at SFA’s 19th annual Southern Foodways Symposium.
Booker Wright, a black waiter from Greenwood, Mississippi, became an unlikely Civil Rights hero.
SFA welcomes Tunde Wey as one of our 2016 Smith Symposium Fellows.
Next week on Gravy: The tragic and true story of Booker Wright, owner of Booker’s Place nightclub and waiter at famed restaurant Lusco’s, who spoke out about the pains of segregation and lived and died in the Mississippi Delta town of Greenwood.
We offer our deepest condolences to Ms. Hayes’s loved ones during this difficult time.
The Gullah Geechee Heritage Film Festival will screen Joe York’s film Sapelo, August 5-6, 2016.
The film series Counter Histories documents the 1960s struggle to desegregate Southern restaurants.
At Ramadan Restaurant in Nashville, diners chop up the long strands of angel hair in marinara –and break up the pieces of banana that go with it.