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Black Food, the soul of a people

Black food is many things. It is an identity; it is a show of kindness and love for each other; A sym
The Mojisola Report
Black Food, the soul of a people
By The Afropole • Issue #78 • View online
Black food is many things. It is an identity; it is a show of kindness and love for each other; A symbol of community care and protection for our people. As a protest, it is a medium of support for a people that understand discrimination and prejudice.
It’s similarities in our food across continents only reinforces these bonds. As a business, it’s more than just building wealth and sustainability, it is also about representation in a significant way. Here’s a celebration of afro-diasporan food and it’s growth.
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