We are very excited to share this event and hear our colleagues discuss issues of food access in Baltimore.

Location: Reginald F. Lewis Museum; 830 E. Pratt St Baltimore, MD 21202
Date: April 6th, 2014

Description: Take a journey on the history of soul food from its roots in Western Africa to its incarnation in the American South, to its contribution to modern health crises in communities of color.

2012 Winner Best Documentary, American Black Film Festival.

Light snacks provided by Fleet Street Market. (Supplies may run out.)http://www.fleetstreetmarket.com/

Panel discussion follows with

Sarah Buzogany, Food Access Coordinator, Baltimore City Office of Sustainability

Councilman Nick J. Mosby, 7th District Councilman, founder of the “Get Fit with Councilman Mosby” Challenge and Baltimore Ambassador to the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Campaign

Denzel Mitchell, Founder and Farm Manager, Five Seeds Family Farm and Apiary

Hasdai Westbrook, Founder/CEO, ChangingMedia and film panel moderator

Michael J. Wilson, Director, Maryland Hunger Solutions

Naijha Wright, Restauranteur, Land of Kush

Filmmaker Byron Hurt will also be in attendance.

Film and panel discussion included with museum admission.

This program was rescheduled from December 2013.