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245 00 Soul food junkies :|ba film about family, food & tradition
       /|ca film by Byron Hurt ; produced by God Bless the Child 
       Productions and the Independent Television Service in 
       association with the Ford Foundation and National Black 
       Programming Consortium, with funding provided by the 
       Corporation for Public Broadcasting.|h[Kanopy electronic 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
300    1 online resource (1 video file, 64 min.) 
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508    Producer, writer, director, Byron Hurt ; editor, Sonia 
       Gonzá́lez-Martínez ; music, Kathryn Bostic. 
511 0  Interviewees: Queen Afua, Will Allen, Christopher Barnes, 
       Miguel Brito, Norma Jean Darden, Michaela Angela Davis, 
       Lolis Eric Elie, Dr. Rodney Ellis, MD, Roderick Ephram, 
       Cassandra Gaines, Dick Gregory, Dr. Jessica B. Harris, Dr.
       Marc Lamont Hill, Frances Hurt, Jackie Hurt, Taundra Hurt,
       Mary Hurt, Tony Hurt, Steven Jackson, Portia Jones, 
       Attorney Chokwe Lumumba, Donnie Northern, Vonda McPherson,
       Dr. Leslie Burl McLemore, Frank Mentesana, Minister Abdul 
       Hafeez Muhammad, Jenga Mwendo, Dr. Frederick Douglass Oie,
       Ms. Peaches, Sonia Sanchez, Dr. Leni Sorenson, Bryant 
       Terry, Marcia Weaver, Dr. Rani Whitfield, MD, Sherry 
       Whitfield, Baye Wilson, Kolu Zigbi. 
518    Originally produced by Media Education Foundation in 2012.
520    Award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt offers a fascinating 
       exploration of the soul food tradition, its relevance to 
       black cultural identity, and its continuing popularity 
       despite the known dangers of high-fat, high-calorie diets.
       Inspired by his father's lifelong love affair with soul 
       food even in the face of a life-threatening health crisis,
       Hurt discovers that the relationship between African-
       Americans and dishes like ribs, grits, and fried chicken 
       is deep-rooted and culturally based. At the same time, he 
       moves beyond matters of culture and individual taste to 
       show how the economics of the food industry have combined 
       with socioeconomic conditions in predominantly black 
       neighborhoods to dramatically limit food choices. The 
       result is an absorbing and ultimately inspiring look at 
       the cultural politics of food and the complex interplay 
       between identity, taste, power, and health. Features soul 
       food cooks, historians, doctors, and food justice movement
       activists who are challenging the food industry, creating 
       sustainable gardens, and advocating for better 
       supermarkets, more farmers' markets, and healthier takes 
       on soul food. 
521    Grade 9+ 
521    Higher education. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 African American cooking. 
650  0 African Americans|xFood. 
650  0 Food habits|zUnited States. 
650  0 Food preferences|zUnited States. 
655  7 Documentary films.|2lcgft 
700 1  Hurt, Byron,|d1970- 
700 1  Bostic, Kathryn. 
710 2  Kanopy (Firm) 
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