Indigenous Identity through Food

Jan 19, 2012

Fri. 1/20 11p: The pieces that help to define who we are as Native peoples are integral to our existence as a whole. Often it is our stories, traditions and even our own personal memories that hold the key to opening the door to the richness of our identity.

How do our foods play a role in all of this?

Are there certain types of food or special recipes that tell your family or tribe’s story?

Does your cultural and tribal identity rest in the food you eat?

Guests include Enrique Salmón (Rarámuri) author of “Eating the Landscape: American Indian Stories of Food, Identity, and Resilience.”