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by Megan Red Shirt-Shaw and John Little When envisioning “traditional Native American food,” the conclusion for many, who may not
Megan Red Shirt Shaw and John Little “A community-embraced café that encourages living healthy, eating healthy, and education through ancestral
  Prof. Psyche Williams-Forsonrecently gave an exciting talk, “Your Intent, My Resentment: When Impact and Intent Result in Black People’s
We were thrilled to host Dr. Psyche Williams-Forson for the first Fall 2018 workshop  of the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Workshop on
by Tracey Deutsch Trump’s proposal for a “harvest box” for SNAP recipients would be a massive shift in federal food
By Sharon Perrone   Last semester, I had the fortune of attending part of a two-day symposium entitled “Exploring African
By Dr. Tracey Deutsch That was the question asked during an orientation at Simpson Overnight Shelter a local homeless shelter
Nicholas Williams “My body is a record of the life I’ve lived, the relationships I’ve formed, the love I’ve been
by James Mcelroy A family, a table, warm food - these seem to be the basics of Thanksgiving.  That Thursday,
by Sharon Perrone The Soul Food Monologues are a collection of performance narratives written and performed by University of Minnesota
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