Date & Time
February 10, 2013
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
1529 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC, USA
Film: Soul Food Junkies
An IPS and DC Community Cinema preview about the history and social significance of soul food to black cultural identity and its effect on African American health.
Filmmaker Byron Hurt explores the upsides and downsides of soul food, a quintessential American cuisine. Soul Food Junkies explores the history and social significance of soul food to black cultural identity and its effect on African American health, good and bad. Soul food will also be used as the lens to investigate the dark side of the food industry and the growing food justice movement that has been born in its wake.
Please register here.
Presented by: ITVS, WHUT, Washington DCJCC, Busboys and Poets, Center for Social Media at American University, Institute for Policy Studies.
Community Cinema is a free monthly screening series, featuring sneak peeks of films from the Emmy Award-winning PBS series Independent Lens. In over 65 cities nationwide, screenings are followed by lively panel discussions that bring together citizens, organizations and public television stations to encourage dialogue and action around important and timely social issues.
Community Cinema [DC] hosts screenings each month (from October to June) at Busboys and Poets and the Washington DC Jewish Community Center. ITVS also hosts special premieres and events in Washington, DC throughout the year. Click here for more information.