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Friday, June 16 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Recipes of Resilience: Transforming Trauma Through Food

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What are the ways in which war and mass violence shape a community’s traditional foods and those who cook it? How can food tell a community’s story of trauma and resilience in colonized and post-conflict areas? We will connect with food-based projects using traditional foods and styles of cooking as a way to create spaces for education and healing from the trauma associated with mass violence, ethnic cleansing and the legacy of colonialism. Participants will leave with ideas for tapping into their own communities’ traditional food ways to transform and organize their people.

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Yana Gilbuena

Yana Gilbuena, a Filipino born, global nomadic chef, started Salo Series to share the vibrant food culture of The Philippines with the world. The Salo Series hosts Filipino Kamayan dinners where food is served on communal tables covered in banana leaves and guests are asked to ea... Read More →
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Kate McCabe

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Kate McCabe is a writer, organizer & the director of Éist, an organization which cultivates & promotes first-person perspectives of justice & accountability in the aftermath of war. She has more than 10 years of experience working as an organizer & advocate on behalf of victims... Read More →
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Chinchakriya Un

Chinchakriya (Char) Un is an artist/chef who creates space to share personal narratives through food. She explores memories both personal and shared, familial and societal, which highlight inherited trauma within the global Cambodian community. Char's food, her mother's food and... Read More →


Friday June 16, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm
State Hall: Room 106