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Byron Hurt’s documentary, "Soul Food Junkies," explores the relationship between southern cooking and African-American health.
Does turning away from soul food mean you’re not Black enough?
Black fisherman continue to rely on the support of charities two years after the BP oil spill, and fishing advocates say the African-American men and women at sea are being excluded and unfairly compensated in settlements.
"Soul Food Junkies," an upcoming documentary, says the Black community is suffering in part because of its inextricable ties to high-fat, high-calorie food.