If You Want to Celebrate Black Food, You Have to Include All of It
Last year, America was once again thrust into civil unrest when George Floyd and Breonna Taylor were killed by police. Cries of solidarity and protests came from all over the country. The food world joined the movement, with chefs, food brands, and publications taking a stand against injustice and posting black boxes and messages of solidarity on social media.
Along with their sudden awareness of inequality and their willingness to do “the work” to become anti-racist, these gatekeepers opened...