Feed the Resistance: Recipes and Ideas for Getting Involved - 92Y, New York

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Feed the Resistance: Recipes and Ideas for Getting Involved

Julia Turshen with Von Diaz, Mikki Halpin and Jordyn Lexton

"To think deeply about food is to also think deeply about the environment, the economy, immigration, education, community, culture, families, race, gender, and identity.”

Julia Turshen

Cookbook author Julia Turshen provides a practical and inspiring guide for getting involved with political activism — with recipes. When people search for ways to resist injustice and express support for civil rights, environmental protections and more, they begin by gathering around the table to talk and plan. Julia dishes on meals that foster community and provide sustenance for the mind and soul, including the healthy, affordable recipes she is known for, plus more ideas from a diverse range of celebrated chefs.

Includes a sample of Moroccan m’smen flatbread from Hot Bread Kitchen.

There will be a book signing following this talk.

Julia Turshen

Julia Turshen is a writer and the author of Small Victories and Feed the Resistance.

Von Diaz

Von Diaz is a food writer and radio producer based in New York.

Mikki Halpin

Mikki Halpin is a writer, editor, producer and activist.

Jordyn Lexton

Jordyn Lexton is the Founder and Executive Director of Drive Change, a food truck social enterprise that uses the food truck industry to hire, teach and empower formerly incarcerated youth.

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