Black Food Culture + Activism, Engagement and Professional Development (AFAM 321)

This course aspires to engage students in the creation of digital assets, via a digital cookbook that celebrate African American chefs and foodways. This course will build upon on going community engaged partnerships and initiatives such as #Networked OC, The Spicy Greenback and the student farm at the Fullerton Arboretum.

Faculty bios:

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Dr. Natalie Graham

Bio coming soon

Dr. Christina Jones

I’m Professor Christina Jones. I’ve been a classroom and online teacher for the past 13 years, educating and facilitating coursework for higher education, Fortune 500 companies, commercial entities, and government agencies. I also own a small business that helps small and minority-owned businesses increase sales revenue through contracting with these same entities. I am looking forward to developing content that helps minority businesses gain wealth and students to be better prepared for the workforce.