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Sunday, December 11 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
#TurnTheTables: Food Gentrification and Culinary Appropriation

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Have you ever discovered a new food, restaurant, or cuisine?  Think again.  Some of our attitudes and behaviors can be harmful and render the culture and history other people as disposable.  Food gentrification and culinary appropriation are just two of the 'sins' that we commit when cooking, eating, and talking about foods from other cultures.  Through text and discussion, we will identify these behaviors in ourselves and in our culture and work on dismantling them.

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Sam Sittenfield

Program Associate, Repair the World
Sam Sittenfield is a Program Associate at Repair the World's National Office.  He works on national campaigns, training, and education.  Previously, he spent two years with Repair as a Food Justice Fellow in Pittsburgh and Brooklyn.  He is a self-described mad-scientist in the kitchen tinkering and mastering his sourdough bread recipe. Twitter: @ssittenfield | sam.sittenfield@werepair.org | werepair.org



Sunday December 11, 2016 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Room 403

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