Soul, Black Women, and Food. Author: Marvalene H. Hughes (yes, an African American Woman) Presenter: Frank Doering (not an African American woman).
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Author: Marvalene H. Hughes
(yes, an African American Woman)
Presenter: Frank Doering
(not an African American woman)
The Womens Liberation movement and sex revolution marked a period in U.S. history in which people searched back in time for answers to their identity, or “roots.”
-Black women were able to make something delicious out of nothing
-represents health and prosperity
Home cooked soul-food still observed, even culturally preferred in a world of “eating out”