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Feminist Magazine August 27: Title X / Toni Morrison / Our Mother’s Kitchens
Cherise Charleswell talks to community educator, advocate, and author Shivon Pearl Love and poet, author, and health educator Khaliah D. Pitts; co-founders of Our Mothers’ Kitchens, a culinary and literature project, produced for black folk who are looking to reconnect to their cultural heritages, tell their own stories and plant their mothers’ seeds.
‘Without culture, you’re lost’: Our Mothers’ Kitchens reclaims black womanhood through food and writing
For Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Pearl Love, cooking is activism. It’s art. It’s prayer. The pair, self-described “sister-friends" and native Philadelphians, have created a family of projects that aim to celebrate black womanhood and culture through cooking and literature.
Crafting a Space to Write, Cook, and Celebrate Black Women’s History
Working collectively as Our Mothers’ Kitchens, A Blade of Grass Fellows Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Love preserve black literary and culinary history by honoring black women writers through a series of intimate community dinners in Philadelphia.
Culinary meets literature in Our Mothers’ Kitchens
Janyce Denise Glasper speaks with Shivon Pearl Love and Khaliah D. Pitts, founders of Our Mothers’ Kitchens, a culinary/ literature project created by and for black people. Check out this interview to learn more about the project, which celebrates four black women authors, and its accompanying Summer Camp for black girls!
Eat This Now: Survival Menu at the Philadelphia Assembled Kitchen
Community cooks are telling stories through food at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Food, Culture, & Race are Part of the Exhibit at this MUSEUM
Philadelphia Assembled uses foodways to share stories of survival, resistance, and victory.