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Foodways & Roadways Film Screening, Panel Discussion, and Reception

Monday, February 10, 2014 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Z. Smith Reynolds Library 1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

A look at the community change over time in Winston-Salem as related to the built environment with particular emphasis on the effect on the African American Community and food access.

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Event Type

Film, Arts & Entertainment, Lectures, Speakers, Special Events, Conference / Panel, Diversity, Wellbeing / Thrive

Departments

Documentary Film Program, Academics, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Administrative, Academic Centers / Institutes

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff, First-Year Students

Website

http://foodways-and-roadways.weebly.com/

Group

The Student

Contact name

Norma-May Isakow

Contact email

isaknm@wfu.edu

Contact phone number

336-758-4021

Recent Activity

Jenny Miller

Jenny Miller left a positive review 2/10/2014

I enjoyed this event very much! I was happy to see real people from the African American community sharing their stories and opinions on the evolution of food in Winston-Salem. They were great and easy to speak with and had very enlightening information! This is an important issue for our community, and I liked that we were speaking to the demographic most affected by issues of food insecurity.

People Going (5)

Shelley Sizemore Wesley Harris Jenny Miller Mary M. Dalton Michaelle Browers

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