How Food Fuels Political Movements

Community organizer KJ Kearney learns about the link between food and the freedoms this country promised for all. Food has always been political—It provides a place to gather, share ideas, to express our identities, and take care of each other’s basic needs. KJ visits restaurants like A Peace of Soul and or Gillie’s to see how they’re preserving Black history and culture with every plate.

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