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Forced Migration, Food, and Identity

What it Means to be African and American
1280 5th Avenue | (212) 444-9795
Wednesday, April 27th, 2022
7:00PM - 8:30PM

What does it mean to be both African and American and how does tracing the lineage of an ingredient tell a story about identity? Join food journalist Korsha Wilson for a conversation with first generation Ghanaian-American chef and Top Chef alum Eric Adjepong and Senegalese-born Pierre Thiam about West Africa's influence on American food and the vastness of being African and American. Plus after the fascinating discussion, enjoy light bites from Teranga!