May 10, 2022
Downtown Library and YouTube Live
Chef Bryant Terry Panel (Downtown & Online)
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
A panel discussion on "Remembering the Soul in Slow Food: Exploring Histories of Racial and Environmental Justice Activism."
Join us at the Downtown Library or live online (https://bit.ly/EugBryantTerry) for "Remembering the Soul in Slow Food: Exploring Histories of Racial and Environmental Justice Activism," a panel discussion featuring Bryant Terry, Isaiah Martinez, and others.
Chef, food justice activist, and acclaimed author and publisher Bryant Terry is a winner of James Beard and NAACP Awards. His latest work is the groundbreaking "Black Food," a beautiful and rich exploration of Black foodways in this country and around the world. Terry is chef in residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco as well as publisher and editor-in-chief of his own imprint, 4 Color Books at Penguin Random House.
Panelists will include Isaiah Martinez, chef and owner of West Indian/Afro-Caribbean food truck and online business Yardy Eugene.
This event is presented in partnership with the University of Oregon's Black Studies and Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies programs. Bryant Terry will deliver the 2022 Peggy Pascoe Lecture on campus on Wednesday, May 11 at 4pm (link for more information about that event coming soon).