Health Benefits of Mesoamerican Ancestral Foods in San Diego (4/13/15)

Health Benefits of Mesoamerican Ancestral Foods

Health Benefits of Mesoamerican Ancestral Foods














Dr. Luz Calvon (Ethnic Studies, Cal State East Bay) and Dr. Catriona R. Esquibel (Race and Resistance Studies, SFSU) will discuss the health benefits of ancestral foods from Mexico and Central America. They will provide a recipe and cooking demonstration from their forthcoming cookbook, Decolonize Your Diet: Plant-Based Recipes for Health and Healing (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2015)

Thank you to all the co-sponsors: Sherman Heights Community Center, SDSU Departments of SDSU Chicana and Chicano Studies, American Indian Studies, Spanish, Sociology, Geography and Political Science, Center for Latin American Studies, and Graduate School of Public Health, and the Association of Chicana Activists.

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