“Corn Mothers and Collard Greens” @ Southwestern University


Blackness. Chicanidad. Cooking. Race. Healing. Social Justice. La frontera/the borderlandsCorn Mothers and Collard Greens, is a plática + performanceworkshop that explores these themes through storytelling, meditation, and ceremony.

On Thursday, October 29th, Naya will share Corn Mothers for the first time with undergraduates at Southwestern University (workshop snapshot left). This workshop shares Naya’s personal journey with Food for Black Thought, social justice, and holistic healing work as an African-American / Chicana (Mexican-American) woman, while connecting with broader themes.

This campus visit is hosted by the Latina History Project at Southwestern University, a project facilitated and curated by Dr. Brenda Sendejo (Anthropology). Explore more here.

Food for Black Thought is committed to understanding blackness from an expansive and diasporic perspective.

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– Yours in solidarity, FFBT