The Soul of Food: Tracing the Origins of Southern Crops and Foodways (Application)
All workshops in this series are free and open to the public. Priority will be given to members of GreenThumb community gardens.

During this weekly, hands-on workshop series with Maya Marie Stansberry (KCC Urban Farm) we will delve into the history of fundamental crops that define Southern cuisine. Alongside discussion of the agricultural and culinary histories of this cuisine, we’ll prepare Southern dishes to develop a deeper understanding of our relationship to these foods and celebrate the culinary legacy of the African diaspora.

Tuesdays, May 19th - June 16th, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation
376 Throop Avenue, Brooklyn



**About Maya Marie Stansberry (she/her):**
Maya is the Food Education Coordinator and Assistant Farm Manager at KCC Urban Farm. After graduating from KCC's Culinary Arts degree program, Maya apprenticed at the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at UC Santa Cruz. Upon returning to Kingsborough Community College, Maya began to create interactive community cooking workshops and demonstrations for all students through the Bring It Home program. These workshops combine Maya’s interests in cooking, agriculture, science, and crop history. She is invested in creating accessible spaces to learn about food and nutrition that center personal food stories and traditions. Maya recently (2019) graduated from Hunter College's Community Health program, and is interested in creating more platforms for communities of color to engage with their history and power through food.
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