DISMANTLING WHITE SUPREMACY THROUGH FOOD
Our work is to find the keepers of foodways knowledge and intellect. To gather their stories, we go beyond the traditional approaches of “foodie culture,” listening to underrepresented and marginalized people, stories, and histories.
The BIPOC Foodways Alliance Table provides a platform to tell underrepresented stories from women of color, elders, immigrant communities, and other individuals who hold deep culinary knowledge and wisdom.
Not everyone has a restaurant, but everyone has a food story.
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We tell the stories of elders, families, and food traditions to build cross-cultural competence, helping strangers become allies in the fight to dismantle white supremacy.
Why BIPOC Foodways Alliance?
We can reconnect with our ancestry through food and also tell the story of how we could be much stronger together if we can align.
The Sioux Chef
Having people from diverse backgrounds coming to share stories and commonalities over food is an unbelievably powerful way to spread goodwill in the community.
Todd Harris, CEO
In my opinion, the people who are the true holders of knowledge keepers of cuisine are women, immigrant women, women of color, and elders.
Mecca Bos, Executive Director