Rochester Community and Technical College
"What We Hunger For: Refugee and Immigrant Stories about Food and Family"
#: CBEP   ID: 9154   Section: 012422C19  
Description:
In this talk and discussion Sun Yung Shin, the editor of the new anthology of essays "What We Hunger For," will discuss how this book grew out of her learning from Native women and seed activists, food sovereignty movements, permaculture practices, and her own experience with food in Korea and the U.S., including here in Minnesota. As an immigrant herself, she wanted to hear from refugee and immigrant writers exploring the central and complex role of food in their own emotional and social lives, inside and beyond their families."
Bring to Class:
Location:
Online via Zoom.  Zoom link will be sent via email prior to the class.
 
Day(s):
Time:
1:00 PM
Sessions:
1
Cost:
$13.00
Instructor:
Registration Cutoff Date:
Dates & Times:
1/24/2022   1:00PM - 2:30PM