Eating While Black: A Case Study on Food Shaming and Policing
This talk examines how the current changing food world affects and is affected by African American people. In particular, it focuses on how the legacies of surveillance that surround black people have now extended to our food cultures.
Psyche Williams-Forson, associate professor and chair of American Studies, University of Maryland College Park
eating while black, food, African American, surveillance, food cultures, race, racism
Food Security | Race and Ethnicity
Williams-Forson, Psyche. "Eating While Black: A Case Study on Food Shaming and Policing." Ensemble video, 01:06:03. October 10, 2016. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/t2N9MdKf