When: Thu., Dec. 1, 7-9 p.m. 2016
Renowned chef, food writer and scholar, culinary activist and Judaic studies teacher Michael Twitty examines the emerging topic of culinary justice – the idea that historically oppressed peoples have a right to authority, prosperity and acknowledgment of their contributions to national and global foodways. Join in a lively discussion about how the preparation of food unites and divides narratives and how food can be used for good. Presented through a collaboration of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage and Case Western Reserve University’s Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities.
Price: $12 general, $10 Maltz Museum and Cleveland Museum of Natural History Members