Soul Food Junkies

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In Soul Food Junkies, filmmaker Byron Hurt sets out on a historical and culinary journey to learn more about the soul food tradition and its relevance to black cultural identity. Through candid interviews with soul food cooks, historians, and scholars, as well as with doctors, family members, and everyday people, the film puts this culinary tradition under the microscope to examine both its positive and negative consequences. Hurt also explores the socioeconomic conditions in predominantly black neighborhoods, where it can be difficult to find healthy options, and meets some pioneers in the emerging food justice movement who are challenging the food industry, encouraging communities to “go back to the land” by creating sustainable and eco-friendly gardens, advocating for healthier options in local supermarkets, supporting local farmers’ markets, avoiding highly processed fast foods, and cooking healthier versions of traditional soul food. (sourced from

Southeast Kansas Buying Club will be represented at the screening of Soul Food Junkies, along with Mitchell Family Farm of Cherryvale. Wont you join us?
Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Time: 6:00 PM 
Location: Labette Community College – Thiebaud Theater
200 S. 14th St., Parsons, Kansas 67357

Southeast Kansas Buying Club
Wholesome, Healthy Foods~Locally!
Independence, Kansas


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