The Sweet Auburn Curb Market has long been a source of fresh food, tradition, and community in Atlanta.
Mashama Bailey is one of the few female African American chefs who command their own kitchen.
Residents of the Hog Hammock community in Sapelo Island, Georgia, believe that the Geechee Red Pea is their key to economic development.
We have extended the deadline to apply for our 2017 Oral History Workshop to March 31, 2017 at 5 p.m.
The short documentary “If We So Choose” introduces residents of Athens, Georgia who not only lived through Jim Crow separatism but fought against it and won.
Country black girl magic manifested in the kitchen as much as it happened during gatherings on the porch.
Stories from the SFA’s 2016 Oral History Workshop in Atlanta, Georgia as a catalyst to apply for SFA’s 2017 oral history workshop in July.
When someone from Pinewoods died, it was common to go door to door, or place a bucket at a nearby gas station, to ask for donations to help send the body back to Mexico. What if they rallied the community to help the living?
Far from being just a local celebrity vegetable, the Vidalia onion’s story bridges continents and involves far more twists and turns than one might expect.