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At the Common Table: Food, People, and Place in the American South 

When: Wed., Dec. 6, 12-1 p.m. 2017
Phone: 804-692-3999
Price: Free with a suggested donation of 1 food item for our Fall Food Drive benefitting FeedMore
www.lva.virginia.gov/news/calendar.asp?calmonth=12&calyear=2017
Join filmmaker Jamie S. Ross as she talks about her upcoming film, "At the Common Table," which traces the path of Southern foods across the miles and centuries. By delving deeply into the core cuisine of the region, the film explores the creativity and ingenuity of those at the bottom rung of Southern society — enslaved Africans, dispossessed Native Americans and landless European laborers. This talk complements the exhibition "Virginia’s Forgotten Canneries," which runs through Dec. 30 in the library’s second-floor reading rooms.

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