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Other People’s Food: The Trailer

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Mar 16, 2016

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How do our assumptions about people affect our assumptions about their food? And how do their assumptions about our food affect how we feel about ourselves?

What happens when chefs cook a cuisine they weren’t born into? And what happens when there’s a backlash?

Next week on The Sporkful we’re kicking off a special series of episodes called Other People’s Food.

Listen here for a preview of the whole series, and join us in New York City next week for our companion live event "Is This Food Racist?" at WNYC's Greene Space. (For those of you not in New York, it'll be live-streamed on the Greene Space website!)

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During this series we’ll talk with actress Rosie Perez, celebrity chef Rick Bayless, and civil rights icon Joseph McNeil about how food and culture and race come together in our everyday lives.

We’ll also hear from café owners, food writers and scholars, and YOU!

Listen in to Episode 1 next week to learn how you can record and send us your own story, question, or opinion about food and race.

Interstitial music in this episode by Black Label Music:

- "Pong" by Kenneth J. Brahmstedt

A new episode of The Sporkful podcast is up! Listen through the player or iTunes/Podcasts app. (And please subscribe!)

Photos: FlickrCC/Chad Rosenthal and Matthew Septimus

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