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Does turning away from soul food mean you’re not Black enough?
Byron Hurt’s documentary, "Soul Food Junkies," explores the relationship between southern cooking and African-American health.
"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.
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.