At the 2018 Winter Symposium, Ralph Eubanks and Tom Ward had a conversation about SFA’s re-release of Still Hungry in America. Watch Eubanks and Ward discuss the book, and the lingering importance of these images for conversations about modern poverty and food justice.
The Southern Foodways Alliance, in partnership with the University of Georgia Press, has republished Still Hungry in America as part of its Culture, People, and Place book series.
The SFA was saddened to hear that noted Southern photographer, Al Clayton, passed away this week in Tennessee. Trained as a medical photographer and photojournalist, Clayton appeared on the national scene in 1967 after his photographs of poverty in the South were presented at a hearing on Capitol Hill. They served as inspiration for the … Continued