Black British Food Stories: Origins, Journeys and Junctions

Four speakers for the British Black Food event

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With Zoe Adjonyoh, Tokunbo Koiki, Riaz Phillips and Melissa Thompson.

This is a live online event. Bookers will be sent a link in advance giving access.

Join food writer and BBC Good Food columnist Melissa Thompson for a discussion about Black food and the politics, potential and problems it faces in Britain. With Tokunbo Koiki, founder of London Africa Food Week, Riaz Phillips, author of Belly Full and Community Comfort, and Zoe Adjonyoh, founder of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen and the Black Book, the agency for people of colour in the food industry.

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Name: Black British Food Stories: Origins, Journeys and Junctions
Where: Online
When: -
Enquiries: +44 (0)1937 546546