Wednesday, July 13

GARLIC AND GREENS EVENT: CHICAGO, AUGUST 6


GARLIC & GREENS offers public programs at Chicago's DuSable Museum showcasing the intersections between migration history, food heritage, social justice, the arts, and disability studies. Each lecture will be accompanied by a meal to encourage conversation about the information presented. You are invited to attend the following FREE public event:

JOURNEYS:
exploring Black culture through migration history and food heritage
2:00 p.m., Saturday 6 August, 2011
The DuSable Museum of African American History, 740 East 56th Place, Chicago

Featuring renowned historian Timuel Black, author of Bridges of Memory: Chicago’s First Wave of Great Migration, and Audrey Petty, author of “Late-Night Chitlins With Momma”, which was selected for inclusion in Best Food Writing 2006 and Cornbread Nation 4.